Bishops call for an inclusive and sustainable economy

Australians are called to work for an economy that is based on principles of justice and equity – one that is at the service of all, particularly the most vulnerable and marginalised, says the Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council, Bishop Vincent Long Van Nguyen.

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Looking into the face of homelessness

The 2011 Census showed there were more than 105,000 people living in Australia who were homeless.

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The 2017 Budget leaves too many in desperate need

The 2017 Budget has left many desperate people with nowhere to turn, the Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council, Bishop Vincent Long, has said. 

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A Christmas message from the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council

Dear Friends

On behalf of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council and its staff, I send you my blessings and prayers for a joyous Christmas and a happy and fulfilling New Year.

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Human Rights a real concern for Australia

This Human Rights Day, Australia must take stock of its human rights performance, according to Bishop Vincent Long. The Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council says, ‘There are certain groups in Australia and in our region whose rights have been undermined – often over many years.

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