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Latest News

Walk Together – this Saturday, 25th October

Posted Oct 21, 2014

In cities and regional centres all over Australia, 'Welcome to Australia' invites you to join this celebration of diversity and present a picture to our leaders and media of the Australia that is possible. An Australia that recognises in its public debate, media conversation and legislation that we are all ...more

Write To Be Heard – Stop the forcible return of asylum seekers to Afghanistan

Posted Oct 13, 2014

This week, Refugee Council of Australia President Phil Glendenning wrote to the Department of Immigration and Border Protection, urging the Australian Government to suspend forcible returns of asylum seekers to Afghanistan. Phil’s pleas followed revelations in The Saturday Paper that an asylum seeker, Zainullah Naseri, who was returned in August ...more

'Welcome, Talk and Tea' this Sunday

Posted Oct 13, 2014

'Welcome, Talk and Tea' this Sunday

This Sunday (19th October), CCJP is hosting a: "Welcome, Talk and Tea” Sharing experiences of the current security laws with members of the Muslim Community Sunday 19th October 2014, 10.00am-12.30pm   Come and share experencies and stories with our Muslim visitors and each other. Please invite interested friends and colleagues, particularly ...more

Marking International Day of Peace at the last Sunday Seminar

Posted Oct 4, 2014

The 21st September was International Peace Day. The gathering marked the day by facing East, West, North and South to reflect and pray for peace. East - for peace in each place of the world. West - to eliminate violence in all forms. North - to bring love and peace into the world. South ...more

Whistleblowers may be gagged over East Timor oil and gas dispute

Posted Sep 29, 2014

"As East Timor marks the 15th anniversary of its independence, it still has no maritime boundaries. They can thank their greedy neighbours for that." This excerpt has been taken from an article in New Matilda on 21 September 2014 by Tom Clarke.   Reports earlier this month that Australian Federal Police were asked ...more

Grim life awaits refugees in Cambodia

Posted Sep 28, 2014

Cambodia's government, ruled by strongman Hun Sen, has a long history of playing politics with refugees and using them as bargaining chips in bilateral relations with countries such as Vietnam and China. ...more

A message to our politicians - People's Climate March - 21st September

Posted Sep 17, 2014

A message to our politicians - People's Climate March - 21st September

On Sunday, September 21st, CCJP joined thousands of other people at the People's Climate Mobilisation in Bicentennial Park, Glebe in Sydney. As world leaders met for the UN’s emergency Climate Change Summit in New York - noticeably without Tony Abbott's presence - people all over the world came together for the ...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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