The CIJ advocates for a better justice system through a range of forums including media articles, opinion pieces, speeches and our blog. To request media comment, please contact RMIT Central Communications on +61 439 704 077.
"It's about the people in power, policymakers, government, knowing the truth of what happens to people like me in the criminal justice system" CIJ’s Dorothy Armstrong on Voices for Justice training for self-advocates.
Interested in developing your practical legal skills while making a contribution to the community AND getting course credit? Applications for Semester 1 2020 Clinical Legal Education LAW2434 (CLE), a JD elective course are now open.
The CIJ is in the final reporting phase of Stage 2 of its review of services for victims of crime, commissioned by Victim Services, Support and Reform within the Department of Justice and Community Safety.
The CIJ is embarking on an exciting new collaboration with Djirra and PWC’s Indigenous Consulting to develop a model and plan for implementation for a residential program for Aboriginal women in Victoria.
Do you have a passion for social justice? Would you like experience working in a real courthouse?If yes, we need your help to provide a service for City of Yarra residents dealing with fines and infringements.
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