Posts Tagged ‘Justice Jottings’
Featuring The Cry of the Earth and the effects of climate change; Presentation people responding to The Cry of the Poor; Logham’s story and actions for asylum seekers in the community; Steps towards Indigenous reconciliation; Referendum dialogues. Download Justice Jottings Autumn 2017
Click here to read the Spring 2016 edition of Justice Jottings or click here to see past editions. Inside the Spring 2016 Edition Season of Creation – p1 Asylum Seekers Prominent Australians Speak Out – p2 Presentation People Take Action – p2 Signs of Hope – p3 More Bridges to Cross – p4 Invisible Children […]
For Presentation people responding to the cries of the Earth and people made poor, we begin with listening. This issue of Justice Jottings highlights the forgotten issues of the Federal Election: asylum seekers and refugees; Indigenous jail crisis, threat to the Great Barrier Reef … read more
This autumn’s Justice Jottings is now available to read and share. In this edition: Petition for environmental martyr Berta Caceres High Court ruling on offshore detention and the Presentation response Ballina sisters’ support for refugees Oppression in West Papua Quandamooka artefacts returned Indigenous leaders speak on Closing the Gap You can download it here […]
Thirty years ago Annette Shears pbvm (Queensland) began working in the Ministry to Migrants and Refugees. This year she was nominated by MDA, (Multicultural Development Association), as a finalist in the Queensland Multicultural Awards, in the category: Outstanding Volunteer. Read more in the Spring edition of “Justice Jottings”.
The Autumn 2015 edition of Justice Jottings is now available to read and share! Inside this issue: Pope Francis speaks of the Call to Care for Creation Earth Hour The Cry of the Poor and of the Earth Remote Communities Faith Bandler, 1918 – 2015: a fearless advocate for justice Click to download […]