REGISTER NOW for the Legal Empowerment Course for Tamil Community

The Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Community Education and DLA Piper are organizing a Legal Empowerment Course for refugees, people seeking asylum and migrants. The purpose of the course is to empower multicultural communities in NSW by increasing their core legal knowledge and associated skills.

Learn about:
✅Australia's Legal and Government System🇦🇺
✅Employment and Your Rights
✅Police and Your Rights
✅Domestic Violence and AVO
Date: 31 Oct, 7, 14 and 21 Nov
Time: 6-8PM
Address: 3 Junia Ave, Toongabbie NSW 2146
👉🏻The sessions will be delivered in English with Tamil interpretation.
👉🏻Complete the course and get a certificate.
👉🏻Dinner will be served.

THE CURRENT ISRAEL-GAZA CONFLICT

Dear Supporters of the Edmund Rice Centre for Justice and Community Education

Considering recent events in Israel and Gaza, we express our deep solidarity and compassion for all victims of this conflict - both Israelis and Palestinians. We also call on an immediate stop to the siege on Gaza by the Israeli government to allow humanitarian aid to innocent Palestinian people, as well as the unconditional, immediate release of the hostages held by Hamas.

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After 12 years in fear of being returned to danger Zaki has permanent protection in Australia

Zaki Haidari, our former Refguee Volunteer and prominent refugee advocate has received his permanent protection status in Australia - affording him the protections Australia provides as a signatory to the Refugee Convention (1951) and other international instruments.

However, the journey is not over for many thousands of people who remain in limbo in Australia without a pathway to permanent settlement . The Edmund Rice Centre is committed to standing shoulder to shoulder with refugees and people seeking asylum in their ongoing struggles for dignity and safety.

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Community sector joint statement of support for the Voice

The Statement
Over six years ago, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates ‘from all points of the Southern sky’ gathered together and crafted the Uluru Statement from the Heart. They invited us to walk with them in a ‘movement of the Australian people for a better future’.

As representatives of the community sector, we stand ready to accept the generous invitation from First Nations peoples and take the next step towards that better future.

We will be saying ‘Yes’ at the referendum on October 14th, and we call on you to join us on this journey.

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Introducing the Fossil Fuel Non-Proliferation Treaty

We have joined a group of Pacific nations, the European Parliament, the World Health Organisation & thousands of others in calling for an international #FossilFuelTreaty. Learn more & join us at fossilfueltreaty.org . Pacific Calling Partnership



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