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By diverging from the formalities observed in other court settings, the offender feels seen and heard. They are not perceived solely through the lens of criminality.
We are delighted to announce that Sarah Marland has been appointed as Executive Director of CLCNSW.
CLCNSW's first phase of disaster training in 2023 focussed on initial disaster response.
“It is hard to step down because I have loved the work and loved the people I have worked with, but I’m also leaving the organisation in great shape, and with a great team.”
“I would like to see more commitment to making processes more accessible to people without representation ... We also need to look more broadly at making sure the profession is a safe place for women and other minorities to be able to work."
People with disability are not only our clients; they are us! The community legal sector must take action to recruit, employ, and create accessible work environments for everyone.
The referendum for me, was a chance to be counted. To be seen as real people in this country that our ancestors have cared for, for thousands of years. A country we, as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, BELONG to.
This is Community Legal Centres NSW's preliminary submission to the review of the Anti-Discrimination Act 1977 (NSW).
After careful consideration, and talking to the Community Legal Centres NSW Aboriginal Advisory Group and our other First Nation colleagues, Community Legal Centres NSW supports the Yes campaign on the Voice to Parliament.
Community legal centre outreach programs provide a vital service for remote areas but resourcing problems mean they could vanish any time.
Hear from the Barang Regional Alliance about voting 'yes' to the Voice, watch video clips produced by Barang, and join an open yarn on the Voice.
A new free legal resources hub, developed by Community Legal Centres NSW, empowers people with legal knowledge and tools
We all deserve to be safe at work and free from discrimination and sexual harassment. While sexual harassment is pervasive across all industries and all employment levels in Australia, it is not inevitable.
Community legal centres give free and confidential help. Answer a few questions on Find free legal help to find out who you should contact for legal advice, information, or support.
We believe in building a society that is fair, just, and inclusive. This is only possible if we take a collective stand against hate and discrimination.
The poster outlines the values, principles and actions needed to support First Nations employment at community legal centres.
Community Legal Centres NSW invites Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people studying Law, Social Work, Communications, or Community Development to apply for our First Nations Cadetship Program.
Community Legal Centres NSW is proud to announce the launch of Talking justice, a values-based communications guide for community legal centres that provides guidance on.
Community Legal Centres NSW's First Nations Cadetship Program, aimed at addressing the under-representation of Aboriginal people in the state’s legal sector, is being extended after a successful first year.