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WE CAN FIGHT

DISCRIMINATION

JOIN US IN THE FIGHT!

Your donation can help restore justice and humanity

Like you, the National Justice Project fights to end systemic discrimination. Alongside our courageous clients, we’re not afraid to stand up to powerful government institutions to hold them to account.

Governments aren’t moving fast enough – but we are. Your donation means we can continue to represent our clients, launch strategic legal cases against oppressive institutions, show up in court and keep rallying our allies to end discrimination together.

Your donation will fund our fight against systemic discrimination:

  • In prisons
  • In healthcare 
  • In refugee detention 
  • In policing 

We’re 100% people powered

We don’t ask the Government for donations – instead, we hold it to account. That’s why we operate with zero government funding. We’re 100% independently funded by our supporters.

THE WORK YOU'RE FUNDING

Your donation will fund our fight against systemic discrimination and restore justice and dignity to those who need it the most (swipe 👉)

HELP US REACH OUR TARGET BY 30 JUNE!

A big thank you to our Supporters

The real heroes who are kindly helping us achieve our goal

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Siobhan Patrick

Thank you so much for the vital work that you do and the support you provide. Keep up the good fight!

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Evelyn Williames

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Sophie Fletcher Watson

Phenomenal work, thank you for all of the long-haul fighting you do in promoting justice in this country.

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Anonymous

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Janice M Dwyer

The police attitude and behaviour towards First Nations people in WA and other States, seems to be an entrenched, cruel contempt. What kind of people are they? How do they treat their own families? Their training and screening for attitude must be seriously skewed or lacking.

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Good Luck for a good cause!!

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Dear Friends, I ave been buyuing lottery tickets on your behalf. Nothing spectecular so far, $48

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Ruth

Hi. I was so very sorry to read about the Mullaley case/s. It is beyond appalling and I could not believe that this goes on still in Australia today! I watched the SBS program but had forgotten about the case - what does that say about me!! A colonial justice system seems the only way to describe this institutional racism and ill-treatment of so many Aboriginal and TS Islanders... Australians should hand our heads in shame... I hope my donation will help, albeit in a very most way indeed.

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No Room for Racism

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Anonymous

Thank you for doing this important work.

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Adrian Bell

Congratulations on your successful results, arising from your courage and determination. Money will never be enough compensation but can help the family in a many ways. Good wishes and good luck. AB

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Anonymous

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Henrietta Camilleri

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Eveline Tindale

Thank you for the work you are doing. I hope you will continue until the end. The cruelty of this case is too distressing. I don't know how people can live through this. Please give my love to Charlie's mother and her father, if you have an opportunity to do so.

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Malcolm Wright

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Anonymous

Keep fighting the good fight. We need to end all forms of systemic discrimination!

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Linda Watson

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Robert G

I'm just stunned by the police's treatment of this family. Those behind such disgraceful behaviour need rooting out, charged with dereliction of duty, then discharged from the police force.

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Anonymous

Keep up your great work.

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Maureen Wegner

Australians should be ashamed of the way jn which children who need help are badly treated.It is usually the aboriginal children who are treated the most shocking way. I am a pensioner, and 87 yrs of age, so I cannot donate very much

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Sally Ross & Ashley Murdoch

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Tony Gray

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Keep up the great work!

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Michael Mclindon

Many thanks - the triple bonus is a great boost for a pension person to help further cause: “let right be done”. 🙏👍

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Anonymous

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Marianna Brungs

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Emily Ross

Thank you Lani and Steven for your generosity. Thank you to the incredible NJP Team for your brilliant, systemic-changing work.

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Thomas Bettle

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Karen James

Best wishes NJP for working to end dangerous discrimination in prisons and elsewhere.

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Norman Saunders

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Anonymous

I am on a pension myself so the triple donation is a wonderful way to feel like I can contribute :)

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Anonymous

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Rod Dash

Thank you for all your compassionate work.

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Susan Hetzel

All the best for your wonderful work!

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Anonymous

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