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Justice Action Directory
Sydney, NSW, Australia
02 9231 4560
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Ben Zipser is a barrister practising in Sydney. He practises in the areas of:- Administrative Law- Building and Construction- General Commercial Litigation- Migration Law- Professional Liability- Trade Practices and Competition
Melbourne, VIC, Australia
03 9605 1900 / Freecall 1800 049 871
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VACRO's mission is to provide support and information for individuals charged with a criminal offence, offenders, prisoners and their families; as well as a leadership, education, training and research on the Justice System for the Community
Bega, NSW, Australia
02 9724 3807 / 02 6492 3222
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WorkAbility's DisAbility Employment Service assists jobseekers with a disability or mental health condition to gain and maintain the employment of their choice at industry standard wages and conditions in their local community. The WorkAble Skills Project provides pre-employment training for jobseekers with a disability in Occupational Health and Safety, Manual Handling, Horticultural and Social Skills, in an Orchid Nursery Environment. FlexAbility provides flexible options for people with a disability or mental health condition, to gain and maintain social inclusion, independent living and the lifestyle of their choice through day activities. This provides a break for the parent carers over 65 years or Indigenous parent carers over 45 years.
Kingsford, NSW, Australia
02 9385 9566
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Kingsford Legal Centre (KLC) is a community legal centre providing free legal advice, casework and community legal education to people who live, work or study in the Randwick and Botany Bay local government areas of New South Wales. We specialise in discrimination law and provide advice New South Wales wide on discrimination problems. We are part of the Law Faculty of UNSW Australia and run innovative clinical legal education courses where law students analyse the operation of the legal system by working with disadvantaged clients of the Centre. Students at KLC are encouraged to think critically about the law and the legal system while assisting real clients and working on projects.
Sydney, NSW, Australia
(02) 9221 8522
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Woold Solicitors: a Law firm in Sydney, is an accredited specialist in planning, local government law, development and environment law, property, contracts, commercial litigation. The firm has deep experience in conveyancing, property law, commercial and retail leasing, commercial litigation, contracts and wills. AREAS OF SOLICITORS PRACTICE Planning and Development LawEnvironment Law, Heritage and Pollution LawEnvironmental Protection and Pollution LawEnvironmental ProsecutionsLocal Government LawCommercial LawBusiness sales and purchasesProperty LawEasements and SubdivisionsConveyancingResource LawWills and estatesNegligenceNuisanceContractsNSW Aboriginal Land Councils
Parramatta, NSW, Australia
02 9891 2277
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The Uniting Mental Health Project was started to develop and grow services that focus on prevention and early action to improve outcomes for those experiencing, or at risk of, a mental illness. One key focus for the Project is the development of training for staff to build on their knowledge and skills in the area of mental health.
Villawood, NSW, Australia
02 9724 3807
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We’re Woodville Alliance, a not-for-profit community organisation in Greater Western Sydney. For over twenty years they been working toward healthier, happier lives for our community: those of us who are homeless, have disabilities, experience mental health worries, struggle with our families or feel left behind in life.
Surry Hills, NSW, Australia
(+61 8) 8296 4357
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The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom has consistently advocated for peace and freedom for nearly 100 years, since its inception in 1915. Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) aims to achieve a more just and equal world, free of war and violence, where everyone has the full benefit of human rights. ILPF’s overall aims are to: bring together women of different political beliefs and philosophies who are united in their determination to study, make known, and help abolish the causes and the legitimization of war work toward world peace, total and universal disarmament, the abolition of violence and coercion in the settlement of conflict, and itsreplacement in every case by prevention, negotiation and conciliation strengthen multilateralism and support the civil society to democratise the United Nations system support the continuous development and implementation of international humanitarian law; promote political and social equality and economic equity; contribute towards co-operation among all people; and enhance environmentally sustainable development.
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