Our campaigns

See how we’re helping drive systems-level change

 

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We’re driving systems-level change

For Justice Connect, it’s not enough to work to help people in a broken system. We must also work to fix the system.

We use our insights to drive systems-level change to benefit many, based on the experiences of the people we help.

Why we’re seeking to fix the broken legal system

Many legal problems are preventable. Many legal system issues are resolvable.

Together, we can prevent legal problems and people’s difficult experiences of navigating the legal system if we address the drivers of unmet legal need and improve the legal and justice system.

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Preventing the criminalisation of homelessness

Homelessness is a complex issue that requires systems-level change.

We challenge and change laws that unfairly impact people experiencing or at risk of homelessness.

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Strengthening legal responses to disasters

Disasters and crises cause legal problems and increase vulnerability.

We’re calling for more support for scaled-up, digitally enabled, strategic and coordinated legal sector responses to meet legal need.

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Ending elder abuse

We help people who are facing complex legal problems that arise from elder abuse.

We reach out to people at risk and help older people navigate the legal system to ensure they feel safe and are treated with dignity and respect.

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Our current campaigns to end elder abuse

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Fix Fundraising

Australia’s fundraising laws are a mess.

Charities and not-for-profit organisations should be able to get on with the job of supporting communities.

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Ending sexual harassment

Time’s up.

We’re calling on governments across Australia to take urgent and coordinated action to prevent sexual harassment.

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