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NetAct 2016 Election Kit

Posted May 30, 2016

NetAct 2016 Election Kit

NetAct, a coalition of Catholic social justice groups and advocates drawn together for collective social action, has produced an Election Kit with reflection sheets on many current social justice issues.  This Kit invites you to reflect on issues from the perspective of our humanity and our faith, rather than allowing ...more

Letter-writing actions you can take in the lead-up to the election

Posted May 18, 2016

Letter-writing actions you can take in the lead-up to the election

As we head towards the polls on 2nd July, make sure that our political leaders have heard your opinion on important topics. Below are links to a number of sample letters which you may wish to use.  Clicking on the link will download a Word document. Sample letter on Climate Change - ...more

How green is 2016?

Posted May 18, 2016

For an insight into how action on climate change and other environmental issues is progressing in 2016, check out this edition of 'Watermark' called 'How Green Is 2016?' produced by the Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutions in NSW (CLRI NSW). It covers: - What happened at COP21 - What is Australia doing ...more

What can we do about Austalia's offshore detention policy?

Posted May 18, 2016

What can we do about Austalia's offshore detention policy?

Australia's offshore detention policy - apparently legal, definitely immoral

This resource from the Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutions in NSW explores the harsh consequences of offshore detention, provides an update of actions that have been taken to protest for better policies, and suggests actions that you can take.

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'Madness, badness and sadness in spades'

Posted May 17, 2016

Journalist Elizabeth Farrely writes 'It's Tree-lopper Baird v a nature-obsessed artist and the biological clock is ticking. Who are you going call?' "Until philosophers rule as kings," wrote Plato, "cities will have no rest from evils, nor will the human race." By "philosophers" Plato didn't mean the glass-bead-game hand-wringers of contemporary ...more

 
 

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Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace is a coalition of individuals and groups, working for the emergence of just social structures in Australia and overseas. We work as an integral part of the Church at the service of the world and especially of the victims of injustice.  Read more


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