Justice Project - This is a Standing Up for a Fair
Kit which aims
to educate and engage so voters can make
represent them and the issues
regarding refugees they want addressed. The primary vehicle for
doing this is a candidate questionnaire or survey, the aim
every candidate standing for election in the House of Representatives
in the Senate surveyed on a range
of refugee issues including the project's reform package. The Justice
Project’s reform policy can be summed up in these terms: “We
want decent treatment and fair processing for all asylum seekers
and refugees, regardless of how they arrived in Australia.”
Community Services Against Poverty is (was) the website for a
new coalition of faith-based social welfare and justice groups.
This group has joined together because of a common Christian concern
for the poor and disadvantaged in our nation.
& United States Free Trade Agreement - The Australian
Catholic Social Justice Council sees
trade as essential for development of
countries and acknowledges
the positive effects of globalisation. However, the economy
cannot be taken as the ultimate determinant of human life.
is to ensure that the human person remains the centre and the
beneficiary of all aspects of globalisation and trade. It is
not free trade, but fair and just trade, which will enable
this for all peoples.
on the current state of Australian unemployment go to the Unemployed
Persons Advocacy site (not currently active).