When our clients needed help, they were ignored, pushed away, even lied to.
They had suffered brutality, indifference, and negligence.
But politicians didn’t want to hear about them, the authorities wanted to hide what happened, and the media didn’t care.
When they came to us, we helped them find answers, we helped them get accountability – and you can too.
Please, donate this festive season to help our clients carry on their fight for truth and justice.
By helping them win, you can secure real change.
To celebrate Human Rights Day on Saturday 10 December, some of our generous supporters are matching all donations $1 for $1 until midnight Saturday.
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Meet our clients
These are just three stories of the 140 cases we are running for people who have suffered from systemic discrimination.
Fighting for #Justice4Dougie
“No one wanted to speak with us, and no one wanted to listen. Not the hospital, not the media, and not the government. When no one else would help, the NJP took on our case.” – Rick Hampson Snr.
- Culturally-safe healthcare for First Nations patients
- The implementation of sweeping reforms in NSW regional healthcare
Learn more about our work with the family of Ricky 'Dougie' Hampson Jnr.
Securing accountability for refugees like Rashid*
"My kids needed medical & mental health care, so some friends put us in contact with The National Justice Project. I can strongly say that our only hope at that time was the National Justice Project. " - Rashid*.
- A precedent that allows refugees to seek accountability
- A legal duty of care of the government owed to refugees
- A more humane system for processing people seeking asylum
Standing with the family of Baby Charlie Mullaley
“At every step of the way the NJP has been at our side. Without the NJP’s commitment to secure justice for our Charlie Boy, there would not have been the history-making apology or pardons.” - Kathleen Pinkerton
- Action to stop the epidemic of violence against Indigenous women and children
- Accountability for systemic police discrimination against First Nations people
Read more about how we helped the family of Baby Charlie.
Give the gift of impact this festive season
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 enable us to continue this work. Every donation of $2 or more is tax-deductible.