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We work to improve community safety and help those leaving prison reconnect with community in a positive way through skill development and employment opportunities.
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Mental health and wellbeing
We help people with mental illness navigate complex and traumatic periods with counselling, outreach and therapeutic activities.
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Settlement and community building
We work along side remote Indigenous communities and newly arrived refugee groups to build people's participation to and increase capacity for decision making and self determination.
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Education, training and employment
We work with long-term unemployed and marginalised people to build skills, deliver recognised training and connect job seekers with real opportunities for employment.
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Victoria Police Diversity Recruitment Program - Expressions of interest open

Victoria Police is encouraging African-Australians to apply for the Victoria Police Diversity Recruitment Program. Victoria Police is seeking to reflect the cultural diversity of the Victorian community as its workforce undergoes significant expansion over the next three years. To help...

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NAIDOC Week: Working together for voice, treaty and truth

NAIDOC week provides an opportunity for all Australians to join in celebrating the culture, aspirations and hopes of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, writes ANDY HAMILTON SJ. It is never easy to see the world from the perspective of other people. If...

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Supporting boys and men to be their best selves

Following the tragic murder of Courtney Herron, the words of Assistant Police Commissioner Luke Cornelius are indicative of an important shift. Commissioner Cornelius rightly stated that violence towards women “is about men’s behaviour, it’s not about women’s behaviour.” We welcome...

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New ways needed to help kids in crisis

John Adams, General Manager – Northern Territory at Jesuit Social Services, writes about the need to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 10 to 14 years. This piece was originally published in the NT News. I have worked in Child...

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