Guided by Justice and Compassion

  • Support the call for a National Summit

    Support the call for a National Summit

    Call for a National Summit on Asylum Seekers and Refugees
    Let’s get some change happening by encouraging our politicians to support the call for a National Summit!
    What you can do right now is to write a letter, and encourage others to write, to your local Federal Member of Parliament. We show you how.Read more

  • Don’t let Labor adopt the LNP’s “Turn back the boats” policy.

    Don’t let Labor adopt the LNP’s “Turn back the boats” policy.

    Labor’s Right is mounting a push to have the party adopt the hardline Abbott Government policy of boat turn-backs, setting the scene for a brawl at Labor’s National Conference in late July.
    Important to contact ALP members and Senators NOW.Read more

  • Use of Force Bill stalled

    Use of Force Bill stalled

    Thanks to the actions of Asylum Seekers Rescource Centre (ASRC) supporters and other concerned people, the Government failed to get its Use of Force bill through Parliament in June. Thousands of people wrote and phoned Labor and cross-bench Senators urging them not to support the Bill, which would give detention guards virtually unchecked power toRead more

  • Write To Be Heard – Release all children from immigration detention

    Write To Be Heard – Release all children from immigration detention

    At the end of October 2014, 726 children were detained by Australia in immigration detention facilities. The Write To Be Heard campaign is asking you to urgently write to MPs and demand the release of all children from immigration detention facilities. Bryan Brown responds to news that children are to be released from mainland andRead more

  • Call for Action – Combined Refugee Action Group’s Letter Blitz

    This is a very important call to action from the Combined Refugee Action Group’s Letter Blitz. If you have never got around to writing a letter before, then now is the time to do it. The Migration and Maritime Powers Legislation Amendment (Resolving the Asylum Legacy Caseload) Bill 2014, is currently before Parliament. It isRead more