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Together, we can demand accountability and action from governments to make our institutions fairer and safer

We need your help to fearlessly fight injustice

Like you, we want to help create a world where everyone lives
free from systemic discrimination and enjoys equal access to justice.

That’s why, alongside our clients, we use strategic legal action to hold governments to account for discrimination and human rights violations – which creates ripples of positive change and stops injustices from happening again.

Our powerful opponents try to grind us and our clients down – but with your support, we’re up for the fight.

Your tax-deductible donation to the National Justice Project will enable us to keep representing our clients in strategic legal cases, showing up in court and driving national advocacy campaigns. Thanks for your support!
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We’re 100% people powered

We don’t accept any funding from governments – instead, we hold them to account. That’s why the support of right-minded people like you is vital to ensure our independence.  

How we fight discrimination alongside our clients

The National Justice Project has been fighting the Australian Government in court over its mistreatment of refugees, all the way to the High Court

Justice for asylum seekers and refugees

We’ve successfully taken the Australian Government to court over 50 times in the last five years for its mistreatment of refugees and asylum seekers in offshore detention. But there are still cases on our books and people in limbo. Your support will help fund ongoing and future cases.

The National Justice Project fought alongside the family of Naomi Williams in the Coronial inquest examining her death

Health justice: Disability and First Nations health

We fight to secure legal and policy reforms that ensure equitable access to quality, dignified and culturally-safe healthcare in our health and prison systems. Sadly, many families continue to need our assistance to obtain and go through Coronial inquests.

Alongside clients like Leetona Dungay, we hold governments to account for discrimination and violence experienced by people in prisons and youth detention facilities

Police, prisons and youth detention

We represent people who've been discriminated against, harmed or killed by police, or in the prison and youth detention systems.  First Nations People are still hugely over-incarcerated – we seek accountability, justice and reforms to help put an end to this systemic racism and violence.