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Government Super changes must deliver for 3.4 million people on low incomes

Posted Aug 22, 2016

Government Super changes must deliver for 3.4 million people on low incomes

On August 17th ACOSS released a new proposal, building on the Government’s superannuation reforms, to deliver better retirement incomes for 3.4 million people on low and modest incomes while strengthening federal revenue. ...more

#Bringthemhere Petition - RCOA asks you to Add Your Voice

Posted Aug 21, 2016

Sign the petition to end this dark passage in our history ...more

Gasfields - gambling with our health

Posted Aug 21, 2016

Gasfields - gambling with our health

All fossil fuels, including natural gas, increase our carbon emissions - renewable energy is the only option that will safeguard our health, writes Dr Liz Bashford on SBS news. ...more

Worth a thousand words – how photos shape attitudes to refugees

Posted Aug 18, 2016

Worth a thousand words – how photos shape attitudes to refugees

Interesting article published in The Conversation on July 29th about the power of photos and images .... Over the last two decades we have seen the unprecedented politicisation of immigration. Many Australians remember the wave of immigration after World War II when our rapidly developing industrialised economy addressed its labour shortage.  ...more

This Sunday - 21 August 2016 - CCJP Seminar: How inequality corrodes democracy and what we can do about it

Posted Aug 18, 2016

This Sunday - 21 August 2016 - CCJP Seminar: How inequality corrodes democracy and what we can do about it

For our upcoming Sunday Seminar on 21st August 2016 we are delighted to be joined by Professor Carmen Lawrence who will discuss: How inequality corrodes democracy and what we can do about it *Please note the change in venue for this seminar only* About Prof. Lawrence: After training as a research psychologist at ...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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