People’s climate march

Momentum is building for the People’s Climate March gatherings happening throughout Australia over the weekend of 27 to 29 November.

Fruit, veggies and exploitation

A Four Corners investigation earlier this year revealed that overseas workers are being trafficked to Australia and forced to work long hours for low pay.

What mines are yours?

  Jessie Cato has recently been employed by the Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit as a part-time coordinator for their Publish What You Pay (PWYP) campaign.

Share’s Winter Appeal sets new record

By Sofi Lawson Richard was just like any other family man. Happily married with two young daughters, Emma and Hayley, Richard was working five days a week when tragedy struck.

Blessing of the animals

St Francis of Assisi is often cited as the inspiration for Christian concern for the environment.

Tax transparency

Jessie Cato has recently been employed by the Justice and International Mission (JIM) unit as a part-time coordinator for their Publish What You Pay (PWYP) campaign.

Supporting communities in Cambodia and Laos

Life lessons in Laos Would you like to share your skills with disadvantaged communities in Cambodia and Laos? Uniting Journeys will be supporting schools in Cambodia and Laos this January through the Educational Support

Is climate change a moral issue?

In his recent encyclical, Pope Francis reiterated each person’s duty to protect the environment for future generations.