Justice Literary Writing Competition
A celebration of young people's creativity in writing and passion for social justice, human rights and eco-justice.
How to enter:
Students are invited to submit a piece of creative writing (can include a short story, poem, speech, opinion piece, feature article, a video, a script, song or song lyrics etc) that has a focus on issues of social justice, including Aboriginal justice, refugees and
people seeking asylum, climate change, homelessness, mental health, gender equality and bullying.
ANZAC DAY 2018 Reflection
Romans 12:2ff: ‘Don’t change yourselves to be like the people of this world, but let God change you inside with a new way of thinking……….’ We can and must rearrange our priorities….
How do we want to remember ANZAC or any war? To suggest changes in the way we think about Anzac is dangerous territory. The contemporary focus on this sacred day is changing from an inherent opposition to militarism since the 1920’s to a sudden reinvigoration of ANZAC which seems to contribute to a new militarism and nationalism. Whatever this day means, we must recognise that we are all part of ‘the dark ecosystem of violence’ – whether towards Aboriginal people, refugees, asylum seekers, the Earth or peoples we have never met.
Submission to Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee Inquiry into the UN Sustainable Development Goals
The Edmund Rice Centre has made a submission to the Senate Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade References Committee Inquiry into the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
You can download a copy of the submission here.Read more