Help the National Justice Project raise $250,000 to achieve justice and real change for women, children and families.

Every day, in courtrooms, parliament, and in our community, the National Justice Project fearlessly fights to end discrimination. 

To ensure that Australia’s justice, healthcare and immigration detention systems, treat women, children and families with dignity, protects their safety, and facilitate justice when discrimination has devastated their lives.

The National Justice Project believes in changing laws and mindsets to end discrimination. Because they do not accept government funding, they can only do this work with your help.

With your support the National Justice Project can deliver systemic and cultural change through the power of legal action, advocacy and education.

100% of your donation goes to the frontline.

Each year the National Justice Project provides over 19,000 hours of trauma informed, culturally safe legal support, advocacy and education. This is valued at over $8 million worth of legal support.

By defending women, children and families who have experienced discrimination and injustice, the National Justice Project sets new legal precedents in the way Australia’s government services respond to those who have faced violence and bias in discriminatory and unsafe situations.

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Donate today to achieve justice and real change for women, children and families.

HELP US MEET OUR GOAL BY 28 FEBRUARY 2022

A big thank you to our Supporters

The real heroes who are kindly helping us achieve our goal

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Adrian Bell

Keep up your good work. As a full age pensioner I cant donate larger amounts.

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Maxwell Warren

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Anonymous

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Jan Febey

$25

Norman Jackson

$52

Peter Maddox

$104

Jill Napier

$20

Elizabeth Duffy

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Roshelle Martin

Thank you.

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Goodjustin Bowra

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Anonymous

Warmest good wishes

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Anonymous

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Louise De Vos

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Dr Diana O'connor O'connor

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Anonymous

$104

Shoshana Faire

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Anonymous

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Janita Ruth Rankin

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Nicole Van Schijndel

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Anonymous

$104

David Perkin

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Frank

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Ann And Wayne Timoney

Thank you for the wonderful - and necessary - work that you do.

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Sheila Addison

$261

Geoff Tarr

$42

Anonymous

$10

Wendy Johnson

$104

Anonymous

$31

Alexa Wyatt

$52

Melanie West

$104

Barry Ford

$5

Glen Philpott

$5

Martika Said-omar

$31

Christina Athanasopoulos

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to the NJP team. I am so grateful for all the important work you do.

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Ivan Falk

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Alfred May

I hope the election will result in a more compassionate government, nothing like the present one.

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Kym Brown

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Anonymous

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Bronwyn Marks

14 year old boys or girls are far too young to be imprisoned. I've mainly taught at this age both in NSW and the East End of London. While some of their behaviour was shocking, I can't imagine them be in prison. 18 would be preferable as they then have the right to vote and are deemed adults.

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Anonymous

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Home

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Kimberley Hunter

Thank you NJP for all the wonderful work you do.

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Supporter

Happy holidays NJP. Can't wait to see what we achieve next year!

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April Acheson

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Gary James

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Janet

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Penelope Stapleton

$52

Maria O'neill

$104

Christa Kaltenbrunn Kaltenbrunn-long

I am very grateful for your work

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Niki

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Kathy Little

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

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Catherine Hando

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

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Susan Lewis

On behalf of the late Jenny Dineen.

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David Minifie

$52

Erik Van Keulen

$26

Rachael Mcdonnell

$52

Anonymous

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Sylvia Mather

$104

Gerri Allan

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Christie Wilson

$52

Bevan Buirchell

$52

Suzie Russell

$104

Lynette Barnett

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Anonymous

Keep up the good work which I appreciate very much

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Catherine Abbott

$50

Lena Pammer

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G.matthew Norman

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Patricia Aldridge

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Sally Jamieson

I am so shocked that the age of criminality is still 10 years of age in a supposedly civilized society. There is so much research into childhood and adolescent cognitive development to say that 14 years of age is likely the minimum age for any real understanding by the child about the consequences of their behavior and for many it does not develop fully at all for varying reasons. The politicians, police and justice system need to take a good look at themselves and stop this blatant racial discrimination and injustice against our most vulnerable children. Many thanks to the NJ Project for fighting for justice for all Australians.

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Con Lambroglou

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Anonymous

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Marilyn Barclay

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Anonymous

No snail mail please xx

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Jane Tayler

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Anonymous

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Linda Watson

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Alexandra Knights

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Paula Do Prado

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Anonymous

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Pauline O'biren

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Kate Jackson

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Peter Brownett

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Doreen Lyon

Please do all you can to help the children in Dondale. it is absolutely inhuman how they are being treated in spite of government recommendations and promises.

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Maureen Wegner

Please thank the donor for me. It is nice to know that he or she has so much compassion.

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Colin Stokes

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Adrian Bell

Let's hope a small gesture throws light into a sometimes savage and unfair world. good work NJP.

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Don Dillon

Thanks for the good work you are doing.

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Anonymous

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Anonymous

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Katie Vidor

$104

David Perkin

Governments should be held accountable

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Naomi In Honour Of Simone Leamon

Thank you for all that you do to ensure equity and justice in Australia.

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Heather Yelland

In gratitude for the incredible work you do to change (and save) lives.

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John Tancred

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Naomi

Well done to the NJP team who work so hard on all these really important cases. I long for a better and fairer Australia.

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Elizabeth Goodwin