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Links

The Editor |  26 March 2018

LINKS


Here are some sites from which you may find useful information. Inclusion in this list does not indicate endorsement by Faith Doing Justice of all views expressed in these sites or of all policies of their sponsoring organizations. 




• Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner of the Australian Human Rights Commission  

• Australian Catholic Migrant & Refugee Office  

• Australian Catholic Social Justice Council  

• Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation  

• Caritas Australia  

• Catholic Earthcare Australia  

• Catholic Mission  

• Edmund Rice Centre, Sydney  

• Environmental Science for Social Change  

• Franciscans International  

• Good Shepherd Trading Circle  

• Jesuits and Indigenous Ministry  

• Jesuit Mission  

• Jesuit Refugee Service Australia  

• Jesuit Social Services  

• Micah Challenge  

• National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council  

• National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Ecumenical Commission 

• National Council of Churches in Australia Christian World Service, National Program on Refugees & Displaced People  

• New Internationalist - an independent monthly magazine that reports on action for global justice  

• Pacific Calling Partnership  

• Pontifical Council for Justice & Peace  

• Reconciliation Australia  

• Social Policy Connections  

• Stop the Traffik  

• St Vincent de Paul Society  

• The Good Shepherd Social Justice Network  

• United Nations High Commission for Refugees  

 


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