Our community work enables us to partner with a terrific range of individuals and organisations who work tirelessly to protect the environment, promote reconciliation, alleviate disadvantage and improve access to justice.
Saving the Planet One Meal at a Time
What do you do when your conservation efforts inadvertently create another problem? Keep going, give up, or come up with a creative solution?
Caring for the Caregivers
When a child is sick and in hospital for a period of time it is the caregivers who often need a little TLC.
Artificial Intelligence for Social Good
How to address the real access to justice issues faced by five different community organisations was the challenge presented as part of a collaboration we undertook with the University of Technology (UTS) that became the inaugural LawTech Challenge.
Righting the Wrongs of the Past
It was a historic day when Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk stood before Parliament this year to offer a heartfelt apology to members of the LGBTI community who were convicted of historical homosexual activity in Queensland, and introduce legislation to expunge these historical convictions.
High Court Challenge Sets Precedent
We work closely with an Australian-based organisation, Justice Connect, who referred a matter to us after they identified a refugee had had their asylum applications rejected by the Nauru courts, and may have grounds for appeal to the High Court of Australia.
An in-depth look at our donations, committee members and a message from our Director of Community Engagement.
Some Stats, Facts and Impacts
Here's a snapshot showing our contribution this year in areas that are important to us: pro bono, philanthropy, reconciliation and the environment.
Partnering for Indigenous Justice
Justice is a complex business. Pro bono partnerships can give vulnerable people access to critical legal services they might not otherwise afford, but without examining the bigger picture, the line of people needing assistance is unlikely to diminish.