Life After Juvie

We seek justice for disadvantaged people and communities and promote Human Rights for all.

Australia holds a deplorable track record for treatment of asylum seekers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, abuses in juvenile detention and equal access for people with a disability.

And although the 62% of the country voted Yes in support of same-sex marriage, which paved the way for the legalization of same-sex marriage in 2017, the LGBTIQ community still fights for equal rights and anti-discrimination across society.

Other hot topics include the gender pay gap, increase in police power and extreme counterterrorism laws, the increase in the gap between the rich and poor, the curtailment of NGOs and the privatization of international aid in favour of corporations add up to significant human rights concerns in our own backyards and on our doorstep.



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Films That Need Your Support


Incarceration Nation

by Helen Morrison

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by Charby Ibrahim

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Farahanaz and The Forgotten People

by Jolyon Hoff

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Films You Can Watch


GuiltyChasing AsylumBomb Harvest
There Goes Our NeighbourhoodStop The BoatsConstance On The Edge
Woven Threads The OppositionHatred
The President Versus David HicksMolly and MobarakJourney Beyond Fear
From Under the RubbleUndermined – Tales from the Kimberley


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