The Justice Conference is hosted by

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To bring you The Justice Conference, we partner with a diverse range of like-minded Christian organisations. We are passionate about bringing together the body of Christ in the pursuit of justice and see partnering with the local church, Christian organisations and businesses as an essential element of this unification

If you would like to partner with us in 2019, please email us



Church Partners

Essendon Baptist

Essendon Baptist



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One Community Church

One Community Church



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St Alfred

St Alfred's



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St Hilary

St Hilary's



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Co-Creator Partners

Alphacrucis College

Alphacrucis College

Alphacrucis College (AC) is a leading Australian Christian education institution with 70 years of experience equipping Christian leaders to change the world. AC offers courses in ministry & theology, leadership, business, chaplaincy, counselling, education and music. Our faculty is supported by highly qualified and experienced academics with a reputation for excellence in training, teaching and research. We provide our students with a Christ-centred education that is relevant for today's generation.

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Micah Australia

Micah Australia

Micah Australia is a movement of Christians, passionate about living out the biblical mandate to act and speak up for global justice.
We exist to gather and empower, Australian Christians and the church, to take action in the public space, advocating for a just and effective aid budget.
During this critical year in the lead up to the federal election, we will be hosting our flagship event; Voices for Justice in Canberra from 1-4 December, where the tribes of the Australian church will gather to advocate for a more generous Australia.

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Seed

Seed

We help individuals and organisations create things (products, services, strategies, businesses) that show the world what Jesus is like. Our distinctive approach to design is deeply embedded in the Christian story and effective for achieving positive social change.
Through thought leadership, training, incubators and consulting we help design solutions to some of society’s most pressing problems and contribute to a world where all people enjoy the fullness of life God intends

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Presenting Partners

Australians Together

Australians Together

We’re a not-for-profit that believes better outcomes for Indigenous Australians begin with a change in our perspective. By listening to the voices of Indigenous Australians, we help non-Indigenous people learn the true story of our shared history, understand how it’s still having an impact today and imagine new ways to live together more respectfully.



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CAP

CAP

Christians Against Poverty is on a mission to relieve poverty and bring justice to the poorest in our communities, here in Australia. Through partnerships with the local church people receive quality support and coaching and experience the love of Jesus. Our five ways to do this are:
  • CAP Debt Centres – Debt Management to those struggling with unmanageable debt. CAP Job Clubs – Supporting those who are isolated by long term unemployment, empowering them to return to work.
  • CAP Release Groups – Helps individuals imprisoned by life controlling habits and addictions.
  • CAP Life Skills – Groups teaching and equipping those to live life in all its fullness.
  • CAP Money Course – Budget skills course tackling financial illiteracy across Australia.


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CBM

CBM

CBM is an international Christian development organisation, committed to improving the quality of life of people with disabilities in the poorest communities of the world.

CBM has Member Associations raising funds and awareness of disability issues in 'industrialised' countries worldwide. In lower-income regions of the world, CBM strives to build the capacity of partner organisations. This is all done following proven core values and with more than 100 years of experience in the field of disability.

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Compassion

Compassion

Compassion is a Christian inter-denominational Child Development Ministry operating in 25 countries in the developing world, with a mission is to release children from poverty in Jesus’ name. We are Christ-centred, child-focused, and church-based in our operation, and currently have 1.8 million children in sponsorship, whom we feed, clothe, educate, and share the Gospel with though our almost 7,000 local evangelical church partners in the developing world.

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IJM

IJM

International Justice Mission is the largest global anti-slavery organisation, with a presence across Asia, Africa, Europe and the Americas. Throughout the developing world, the threat of violence is part of everyday life for the poor – IJM exists to protect the poor from violence. We combat slavery, sex trafficking, sexual violence, gender-based violence, labour trafficking, police brutality and citizenship rights abuse. We partner with local authorities to rescue victims, bring criminals to justice, restore survivors and strengthen justice systems so that, ultimately, the violence is prevented from happening in the first place. IJM Australia joins in this mission globally and works locally to grow the movement of Australians seeking justice for the oppressed.

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The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a Christian movement dedicated to sharing the love of Jesus. We share the love of Jesus by: Caring for people, creating faith pathways, building healthy communities, working for justice. Drawing on over 130 year experience, we are committed to seeking God's Kingdom. Wherever there is hardship or injustice, Salvos will live, love and fight alongside others to transform Australia one life at a time with the love of Jesus.

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Exhibition Partners

A21

A21

We are a nonprofit organisation fuelled by a radical hope that human beings everywhere will be rescued from bondage and completely restored. We are the abolitionists of the 21st century. Our legacy is freedom.

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ACC International Relief

ACC International Relief

ACCI believes that the family is the best place for the holistic development and care of a child and we are committed to protecting each child’s right to be nurtured and raised in a loving family. To this end, ACCI developed the Kinnected program, which seeks to take a proactive approach to scaling down the use of residential care and assisting children within the context of their families.

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ADRA

ADRA

The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Australia believes every person was created in the image of God to do amazing things. We bring people together to take responsible, collaborative, ingenious action against poverty and disadvantage to help people thrive. ADRA facilitates transformational development and relief projects in Australia and overseas and we do it all to the glory of our amazing Creator.

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Anglican Overseas Aid

Anglican Overseas Aid

Anglican Overseas Aid is an overseas relief and development agency of the Anglican Church of Australia. For nearly 30 years we have been working for a peaceful, just and sustainable world free from poverty.

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Global Mission Partners

Global Mission Partners

Global Mission Partners (GMP) invests in life-changing partnerships with churches, communities overseas and Indigenous people in Australia. Our vision is to see lives changed through leadership training, aid and development, supporting Indigenous ministry and encouraging the next generation of young people to explore issues of advocacy and justice. We come alongside to learn, pray and act so that lives and communities are transformed.Global Mission Partners is affiliated with the Churches of Christ.

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Interserve

Interserve

The gospel of Jesus Christ brings good news to the poor, freedom to the oppressed, healing of the sick and demonstrates God’s love for the whole world. Our faith in God becomes action when we follow in Jesus’ footsteps.
Interserve is a global community of ordinary Christians taking action in faith. We live and work among the most marginalised peoples of the Arab world and Asia, both in their home countries and among diaspora in Australia. We are involved in bringing tangible love, social change and spiritual transformation to lives and communities.
Come, walk with us.

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Servants

Servants

A lack of affordable housing. Escaping family violence. Financial issues.  
 
These are the top three reasons as to why over 24,000 people are experiencing homelessness in Victoria. 
 
Social isolation. Loneliness.  
 
These factors closely follow people at risk of homelessness. They are a result of small, fragmented social networks, lacking in meaningful relationships. At Servants, we address both the roof and relationships required of a home.  We know that homelessness is more than a housing issue. But we also know that safe, affordable housing is a big step in the right direction. We house people within a supported, respectful community. Friendships within the Servants homes are essential in restoring dignity and social inclusion. By involving the wider community in the Servants family, we challenge the stigmatised, discriminatory attitudes towards people facing homelessness found in mainstream society. 

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Stop the Traffik

Stop the Traffik

STOP THE TRAFFIK exists to prevent, abolish and disrupt human trafficking and modern slavery. In Australia we are coalition of church and community organisations including those which work with trafficking survivors in Australia. Our focus is on trafficking and slavery in the goods we buy every day and have been conducting campaigns related to the clothing, chocolate, seafood and tea industries. For several years we have been asking our government to address the issue of the large volume of goods Australia imports that have been produced with the help of trafficked and slave labour. We are thrilled therefore that both major parties have committed to a Modern Slavery Act in Australia - this should become law by the end of 2018(though we can’t claim all the credit!). The Act will encompass all aspects of trafficking in Australia including our imports and support for trafficking survivors. We have been lobbying key members of parliament to ensure that it is a robust Act. In our campaigning with big business we aim to deal collaboratively, not confrontationally. We look forward to the opportunity The Justice Conference gives STOP THE TRAFFIK to further educate participants about trafficking and slavery in all its forms.

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WorldShare

WorldShare

WorldShare partners with local Christian organisations who are working in the neediest parts of the world, in places where there is no safety net for the outcast and forgotten. These organisations are our Ministry Partners. Our vision is to see lives transformed as people connect to love like Jesus. WorldShare has been supporting local Christian partnerships throughout the world since 1943.

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Business Partners

Christian Super

Christian Super

Christian Super is a growing, profit-for-members superannuation fund with 27,000 members and more than $1.4 billion in funds under management, which are ethically invested in line with Christian values. The Fund is also a world leader in impact investing, with 10% of funds within investments that aim to generate both financial returns, and positive social or environmental outcomes.

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CMA

CMA

The CMA Standards Council exists to build faith and trust in Christian churches, charities, schools and other ministries. We do that by helping them with their governance, transparency and accountability, rating those areas against independent standards, and then accrediting the successful organisations with our seal. We believe that this makes organisations more effective, builds trust with donors and other stakeholders, and most importantly honours God by showing the world that Christian organisations go the extra mile to act honourably themselves.

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Mission Travel

Mission Travel

Mission Travel help facilitate the global movement of people who have a heart for missions and humanitarian work. We provide expertise in complex itineraries and access to exclusive mission fares with over 40 airlines. We also connect eager volunteers to mission teams and organisations around the globe.

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ntegrity

ntegrity

ntegrity is a digital strategy agency & consultancy based in Melbourne that has worked with hundreds of Australia’s leading not-for-profit, government & mission-driven clients. In 2017 we developed ntegrity Academy to empower Australian entrepreneurs, small businesses and change-makers in achieving digital marketing success.
Our 16-session digital marketing course starts with the foundations of a good strategy, then teaches students how to use social media, advertising, email, data (and so much more!) strategically, and to grow their skills and career in a digital world.
ntegrity Academy is offered in-person, online, and in customised workshops for larger organisations. To learn more about Academy, please visit www.ntegrity.academy.

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Saward Dawson

Saward Dawson

Passionate about assisting the mission and aid development industry, Saward Dawson Chartered Accountants understand the challenges that organisations face in this sector. We work directly with these clients providing audit, accounting, taxation and other services. With 5 partners and over 60 staff, Saward Dawson have a broad range of knowledge and experience that is required to assist organisations in achieving their mission.

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We support

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L'Arche Australia


Our Identity

We are people with and without intellectual disabilities, sharing life in Communities belonging to an International Federation. Mutual relationships and trust in God are at the heart of our journey together. We celebrate the unique value of every person and recognize our need of one another.


Our Mission

To make known the gifts of people with intellectual disabilities revealed through mutually transforming relationships. To foster an environment in Community that responds to the changing needs of our members, whilst being faithful to the core values of our founding story. To engage in our diverse cultures, working together toward a more human society.



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St Kilda Gatehouse

St Kilda Gatehouse

St Kilda Gatehouse provides spaces of belonging and safety for women involved in street based sex work in St Kilda, and with young women and girls affected by sexual exploitation. Many of those we support are tackling complex issues such as addiction, homelessness, mental illness, poverty, domestic violence, abuse and social isolation.

St Kilda Gatehouse creates spaces of belonging and connection, providing opportunities for individuals to experience social inclusion with respect and unconditional acceptance



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