Using disability discrimination law in New South Wales

First edition 2004 Produced by the Australian Centre for Disability Law (formerly the NSW Disability Discrimination Legal Centre) with financial assistance from the Law and Justice Foundation. Disability discrimination is unlawful in...

Debtors’ guide to Local Courts in NSW

3rd edition The Foundation provided a grant to Macarthur Legal Centre to produce the third edition of Debtors' Guide to Local Courts in NSW. This 3rd edition is an invaluable...

Talking money in today’s language

An Arabic radio project about credit and debtThe Consumer Credit Legal Centre has recently completed a project with a series of Arabic-language radio spots based on credit and debt issues....

Legal workshop for community housing organisations

The NSW Federation of Housing Associations developed a legal resource kit and training for community houses through funding from the Law and Justice Foundation. The workshop was targeted towards those organisations that...

Don’t be shame Let’s yarn!

The Foundation provided a grant to the Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women's Legal Centre to update its brochure Don't be shame Let's yarn! aimed specifically at women and children who are victims of...

Working the system (2nd edition)

The Law and Justice Foundation provided a grant to the Public Interest Advocacy Centre to produce the second edition of Working the System - A guide for citizens, consumers and communities....

And then… the brides changed nappies

The Foundation’s grant to the Gay and Lesbian Rights lobby supported a community law reform project around the issue of discrimination and gay parenting in NSW. The grant enabled author...

Get youth to it

The Foundation provided a grant to the Northern Rivers Community Legal Centre to produce a video that informs young people about their rights and responsibilities in relation to public space,...

Surviving rape (4th edition)

The Law and Justice Foundation provided a grant to the NSW Rape Crisis Centre to produce the fourth edition of Surviving Rape. This comprehensive publication integrates legal, medical and psychosexual information about...

Lives of the Australian Chief Justices

In 1985 the Foundation provided a grant to Dr. John Bennett to use his combination of legal knowledge and experience and historical scholarship to examine the lives of Australia's Chief...

DIY law television documentary

A four part documentary series that is now screening on ABC TV DIY Law follows four real life courtroom dramas following unrepresented litigants through the Family Court, the Migration Review Tribunal, the...

Women’s Legal Resources Centre website

The Women's Legal Resources Centre's website provides comprehensive information about the services and projects of the Women's Legal Resources Centre, and is being hosted by the Law and Justice Foundation...

National Welfare Rights Network website

The NWRN is a network of services throughout Australia that provides free and independent information, advice and representation to individuals about Social Security law and its administration through Centrelink. The...