There is no greater legacy one can have than to improve the lot of others
banner-06-2

Human Rights

Preserving and protecting rights inherent to everyone
Unfolding the human rights language and social justice vocabulary.
Educating peace and intercultural dialogue.

Read More

banner 07

HOMELESS FRIENDLY PRECINCTS

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics 2011 Census,
there are currently 105,237 people in Australia who are homeless.

Read More
banner 08

Social Justice
Human Rights Education

The Institute of Social Justice and Human Rights is
focused on interactive project work as the basis of education,

Read More

banner-01-

Humanitarian Projects

Wheelchairs for Kids
Institute for Social Justice and Human Rights

Read More

View all Events

Be the change that you wish to see in the world - Mahatma Gandhi

Latest News View all Events

ISJHR sponsors 166 rough terrain wheelchairs & medical supplies to Mongolia

photo-1
photo-2
photo-3

About ISJHR

photo-2

Our Mission

Our days on this earth should be spent in solidarity with one another, in peace building and in positive engagements – as equals.

photo-2

SOCIAL JUSTICE PROJECTS

Interactive project work should form the basis of education, and from the lived experience sponsor intercultural dialogues.

photo-2

HUMAN RIGHTS EDUCATION

We must continue to increase the vocabulary of the human rights language and through interactive lived experiences extend its reach.

Our Projects

ISJHR Videos

Suicide – a catastrophic humanitarian crisis

Wheelchairs for Kids

SUICIDE PREVENTION – ELEVATED RISKS

SUICIDE PREVENTION – CRY FOR HELP

Latest News

lifeline_sicide

The invisibility of migrant suicides

As a young child I remember the absorption of sadness by some of Sydney's Greek community of the suicide by a newly-arrived young male Greek. Years later I would read some of his letters to the homeland, yearning to...

 

ISJHR SUPPORTS

THE LATEST IN SOCIAL JUSTICE AND HUMAN RIGHTS NEWS