The Citizens Committee on Human Rights, NSW, Australia (CCHR NSW) is a non-profit, public benefit organisation dedicated to investigating and exposing psychiatric violations of human rights. CCHR NSW is a local chapter of the international organisation Citizens Committee on Human Rights. If you or someone you know has been abused by psychiatry, contact CCHR NSW by clicking here. We will take action.
Catholic Prison Ministry (CPM) responds to the issues faced by people affected by the criminal justice system: in court, in prison, in community corrections, in families, and in the wider community. We do this by encouraging personal and social change which promotes and maintains human dignity and the peace of the community.
"The Diocese of Parramatta takes in seven local government divisions: Baulkham Hills Shire, Blacktown City, the City of the Blue Mountains, Hawkesbury Shire, the Municipality of Holroyd, Parramatta City and Penrith City and parts of Wollondilly and Liverpool. This area encompasses the lands of the Darrug people. Catholics support many areas of public life including education, health, scientific research, aged care, local and international aid, sport, working with indigenous people, working with those living with disability, working with those suffering from mental illness, seeking rights for workers, crisis accommodation, environmental issues, migrants and refugees, young people and families."
Red Cross aspires for an inclusive society where all people are valued, their differences are valued and respected and their basic needs are met so that they can live with dignity. We recognise that within Australia there are people who are excluded from the social, economic, political and cultural systems which contribute to the integration of a person into the community. We are committed to overcoming social exclusion and will undertake programs, initiatives and advocate for those people who are on the margins of Australian society. In overcoming social exclusion Red Cross acknowledges we must focus and tailor the initiatives and programs we undertake if we are to make a meaningful difference to the lives of people who are excluded. As an initial focus, and informed by both the evidence and our service renewal process, Red Cross will concentrate its social inclusion initiatives and programs on the following people and issues:
BANC supports activities and services that enhance communities. We do this through the provision of programs that empower people to improve the quality of their life and realise their potential. We seek to be inclusive, help people connect, and build community resilience.