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Latest News

This year's Palm Sunday March on April 19th

Posted Mar 28, 2015

              **This rally will not be on Palm Sunday, as that date falls the day after the NSW state election this year, so we have decided to hold this rally in April.**   The last year has seen a seemingly endless succession of abuses against refugees. The recent Human Rights Commission report exposed ...more

Important Message from Dr John Hewson

Posted Mar 26, 2015

Important Message from Dr John Hewson

Yesterday, there was some deeply disappointing news concerning our fight for a strong renewable energy powered future. The renewable energy industry -- brow beaten after years of intense lobbying from the big 3 dirty power companies and a vicious offen ...more

Sign our petition - call on Government to support Aboriginal communities and rights

Posted Mar 24, 2015

CCJP was deeply dismayed by the Prime Minister’s statement that Aboriginal people living in remote communities in WA do so as a ‘lifestyle’ choice. To force people out of their ancestral lands to live in regional towns is unjust and contrary to the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. When ...more

The Good Egg Guide for a Traffick Free Easter

Posted Mar 23, 2015

The Good Egg Guide for a Traffik-Free Easter Much of the chocolate that finds its way into our shops and homes is made with cocoa from Cote d’Ivoire plantations that use trafficked children. They are kidnapped or their families are tricked, forced to work in the cocoa plantations from an early ...more

Letters to Nauru and Manus Island asylum seekers returned to sender unopened, says human rights lawyer

Posted Mar 11, 2015

Thousands of goodwill letters sent by Australians to immigration detainees held on Nauru have been returned unopened. … ...more

'It's Time To Change Our Constitution' - join Kirstie Parker at CCJP's seminar, Sunday 15th March

Posted Mar 8, 2015

'It's Time To Change Our Constitution' - join Kirstie Parker at CCJP's seminar, Sunday 15th March

CCJP welcomes you to our first Sunday Seminar for 2015: It's Time To Change Our Constitution Date: Sunday 15th March 2015 Speaker: Ms Kirstie Parker is Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples. She is a Yuwallarai woman from northwest NSW, a daughter, a sister, an aunty and a mother and ...more

ANTAR Event - Redfern Story screening at Event cinema Burwood

Posted Mar 8, 2015

Below is a flyer about a free showing of the film 'Redfern Story' which ANTaR Inner West has organised for March 30th at 6 for 6.30 PM at Event Cinemas at Burwood.







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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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