Economy fails to deliver without dignity of work

Society fails its citizens where the economy does not generate sufficient employment and when government does not adequately intervene to promote job creation and maintain basic wages and income support, the Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council has said.

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Human Rights Day: Time for Australia to Take Stock

On Human Rights Day, the Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council has called on Government to take stock of its human rights performance.

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Catholic Bishops talk about importance of sport

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Bishops say sport can make everyone a winner

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Collected Social Justice Statements a vital resource

 

The Chairman of the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council, Bishop Christopher Saunders, has welcomed the publication of Building Bridges: Social Justice Statements from Australia’s Catholic Bishops 1988 to 2013.

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Divisive Federal Budget hits most vulnerable

The 2014 Federal Budget will deepen the divide between rich and poor, and the greatest burden will fall on those who are young, on families, and on those already struggling to find work, the Australian Catholic Social Justice Council and Catholic Social Services Australia have said in a joint statement.

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