We work with others to create social change and improve people’s lives in Australia and overseas through faith based social justice campaigns and programs.

Unless we tackle the structural causes of suffering, hardship and oppression in the world, these things will continue to exist. The justice work of the church challenges these unjust structures as a way of expressing God’s love for all humanity.

We work on issues of importance to our supporters and the wider Uniting Church, guided by the Synod's social justice resolutions.

Ensuring corporations pay their fair share of tax
Poverty in Australia and overseas
Defending the basic rights of people in their working lives
Environment and climate change
Promoting the rights of people seeking asylum and refugees in Australia
Ending persecution of Christians around the world
Ending human rights abuses
Ending exploitation and child labour in Australia and overseas
Reducing the harm caused by pokies and sports betting

Additionally, we seek to strengthen relationships with partner churches.

The Justice cluster can provide keynote speakers on these issues.

Please click on staff names below to send them an email

Mark Zirnsak - Senior Social Justice Advocate

Denisse Sandoval - Social Justice Advocate, Campaign Organiser 

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