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The Uniting Church in Australia Synod of NSW and ACT Social Justice Forum is an advisory committee of the Synod and Uniting, supported by passionate activists, who believe in a fairer society for all Australians.
Their campaigns unite communities and create a powerful collective voice to tackle injustice and advocate for some of the most vulnerable in our society.
War and conflict have caused a global humanitarian crisis. As a result, 60 million people around the world have been displaced from their homes.
We’re deeply concerned by the way refugees and people seeking asylum are being treated in Australia. Refugees and people seeking asylum show extraordinary courage to survive unimaginable terrors, find safety and build new lives with their families. They have much to offer our community – if we give them a safe place to live and a chance to ‘call Australia home’.
The Give Hope: Uniting for Asylum Seekers Campaign urges all Australians to show compassion. We’re calling for a fairer, more compassionate approach to refugee and asylum seeker policies in Australia.
Anyone can get involved in the campaign.
Email your Federal MP to say “We Can Do Better” for refugees and people seeking asylum. You can also find out more at our Give Hope webpage, join us on Facebook or sign up for campaign news and action alerts.
We're calling on our government leaders to improve housing affordability and security for people who need it the most.
The effects of the housing crisis are felt across our communities. Rising house prices and a severe shortage of affordable rental properties are pushing more people into housing stress. For the most vulnerable it’s getting harder to find a secure and affordable place to live.
‘Leaving it to the market’ won’t fix this. We need governments to adopt long-term plans, set aside significant quotas of affordable rentals in new developments, provide better security for renters, and reform tax laws to encourage investment in affordable housing.
You can show your support and take action by emailing your local MP now about affordable housing.
Find out more at our affordable housing webpage, join us on Facebook or sign up for campaign news and action alerts.
The Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of NSW and the ACT is calling for a re-think on illegal drug use. We’re campaigning for reform to law and policy in NSW and the ACT so that personal use of small amounts of drugs is treated as a health and social issue – not subject to jail terms and criminal records.
Our calls for action are centred on the growing body of medical and social evidence that proves a new approach is needed. In doing so, we join an increasing number of community members who have already backed these reforms.
We’re supported by expert organisations including health, medical, nursing, paramedical, drug treatment, faith-based, legal, social equity, civil liberties, community welfare, specialist research and other bodies.
Find out more at our drug law reform webpage, join us on Facebook or sign up for campaign news and action alerts.
We’d love to hear from you. You can reach the Social Justice Forum on (02) 9407 3225 or email email@example.com.
Our work is inspired and guided by the principles of justice and compassion.
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