From Chris Sidoti's bighting criticism of Australia's recent record in Human Rights to the personal challenge of acknowledging the advantage of our whiteness, this book examines a wide range of social justice issues in the work of the members of the Research Centre for Social Justice and Social Change at the University of Western Sydney. After a foreword from the Honourable EG Whitlam, issues of childhood and youth, ageing, disability, employment of immigrants and refugees, housing, health services and race are examined. Most importantly, the book presents strategies for creating a more socially just Australia.
|Keywords:||Social Justice, Human Rights, Australia, Immigrants, Refugees, Disability, Health Services, Race|
Book: Print (Paperback). Published by New Directions in the Humanities, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing, Illinois.
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