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Just Voices participant Jonathan 'Caution' Binge wins at National Indigenous Story Awards

Artful Dodgers and Just Voices participant Jonathan 'Caution' Binge is a "fast rising talent", writes Just Voices' PAUL STEWART. Congratulations to Just Voices Speakers Program participant Jonathan 'Caution' Binge, who is one of the winners at the 2020 National Indigenous Story...

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Putting passion into practice through Working for Victoria

Teyra Jasso is employed by Jesuit Social Services through the Working for Victoria initiative as a Project Officer. As part of our outreach work, Teyra’s focus has been on supporting one of our community partners, Africause, with their community engagement...

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The Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA) holds first webinar

2020 has been an extremely challenging year for all – but the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has been particularly felt by refugees and people seeking asylum. The Catholic Alliance for People Seeking Asylum (CAPSA), co-chaired by Jesuit Social Services and...

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Dropping off the Edge 2021

We are pleased to announce that the next iteration of our Dropping off the Edge research into locational disadvantage across Australia will be published in 2021. This will be the fifth edition of this seminal research spanning more than 20...

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