Faith in action
Journey with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Christian Leaders throughout National Reconciliation Week #NRW and NAIDOC Week #NAIDOC to join in for healing Country, through Treaty and Truth Telling.Read more
Today we joined nearly 100 organisations (organised by Change the Record) calling on the Prime Minister and Chief Ministers to take national action on youth justice in light of the release of the Report of the Royal Commission and Board of Inquiry into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory last Friday. The levels of abuse towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in the justice system are unacceptable.
Today is National Close the Gap Day. The lack of Closing the Gap is an ongoing injustice. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples continue to die too young and too often from this injustice, and through these gaps we realise the inequality in these lands now called Australia.
Bianca Manning calls us to go on a journey of education and learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander justice.
Welcome Bianca Manning.
In 2000 Ben Johnson was a youth delegate representing the Salvation Army on a journey of Reconciliation from Canberra to Uluru.