The Uniting Church stands alongside those at the fringe of society, the poor, the marginalised and the oppressed.
At it’s heart is a church committed to justice and reconciliation.
What is the Social Justice Commission?
The Social Justice Commission is appointed by the Synod to work for reconciliation, justice and peace, and involves the Church in social and national affairs.
The Board does this in practical ways by identifying issues, undertaking research, providing position papers, developing resources, organising seminars and advocacy work.
The Social Justice Commission has identified three focus areas : Human Rights, Environment and Peace Making.
Within our focus on Human Rights, we have a special concern for First People in Australia, and refugees. Click the links below to find out what we are doing in each of these areas.
Follow this link to find out what we are working on in the Environment.
Follow this link for Peace Making – comprehensive resources on peace here
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Get involved, keep informed!
We are on Facebook:
We tweet @JAMUCWA
We send out a weekly email newsletter – the Justice & Mission Update. It contains the latest commentary on all the issues we are involved with and a great selection of events and activities to get you engaged.
To view any of our previous editions of the Justice and Mission Update, just click here.
The Uniting Church in Australia, Synod of Western Australia
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Social Justice Unit Staff
The Social Justice Unit is made up of the following people:
Marg Staffa – Administration Assistant
Geoff Bice – Justice & Mission Officer (@geoffbice)
For more information about Social Justice contact Geoff Bice, Justice & Mission Officer at the Uniting Church Centre on 9260 9800 or email email@example.com