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Supporting call for a national commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

We are proud to support SNAICC’s call for a national commissioner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people. We need a national independent body that will drive national change, given the over representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the out of home care system nationally. A body that will […]

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Employment Opportunity: Intake Lawyer

Intake Lawyer– 0.6 to 1.0 EFT Negotiable Are you seeking an opportunity to apply your legal and people skills in a diverse and stimulating environment that enables access to justice for some of regional Victoria’s most vulnerable community members? We have the role for you! The Bendigo based Loddon Campaspe Community Legal Centre (a program […]

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ARC Justice employment opportunities

Communications Officer – 0.6 to 0.8 EFT – Part time Monitoring and Evaluation Officer – 0.8 EFT – Part time Are you seeking an opportunity to apply your communication and engagement skills in a diverse and stimulating environment which enables access to justice for some of regional Victoria’s most vulnerable community members? Or perhaps you […]

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Major funding boost for Bendigo Health-Justice Partnership

Loddon Campaspe CLC recently welcomed the Victorian Government’s announcement of $200,000 funding over two years. This funding will enable us to continue to deliver our innovative Health-Justice Partnership with Bendigo Community Health Services at Kangaroo Flat. At the announcement of the funding, ARC Justice EO, Hayley Mansfield, explained how the funding will help vulnerable members […]

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#MeToo heats up Bendigo Town Hall for Talking Justice

On a chilly night in mid May, Talking Justice returned to Bendigo with Van Badham, Kate Wright and Moira Rayner. Our three expert panellists trained their collective experience and wisdom on the #MeToo movement. They were asked to consider if some commentators’ concerns regarding due process and the presumption of innocence were valid. And how might […]

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