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Senior Policy Officer Thea Bray joined 2SER Breakfast to discuss the Energy and Water Justice Program's new Powerless report.
Nearly every household is struggling to pay their energy bills, Senior Policy Officer Thea Bray told the ABC.
We have changed our name to better reflect our mission: to build a fairer, stronger society by challenging laws and practices that cause disadvantage and inequality.
Our new research shows more people with mid-range incomes and households with mortgages are facing disconnection because of unaffordable energy bills.
Solicitor Kate Sinclair spoke to 2SER about our concerns with new laws that give police undefined powers.
We brought together a panel of health and legal experts, mothers of people who have been killed by police and Rose Jackson, the NSW Minister for Mental Health.
The Law Society journal covered our renaming to the Justice and Equity Centre.
CEO Jonathon Hunyor spoke to The Lawyers Weekly Show about the state of social justice legal work in Australia.
Energy retailers are using confusing tactics, meaning people pay more.
Director of Policy and Advocacy Alastair Lawrie told the Guardian there was 'no justification' for stalling reform.
Towards Truth Director Anna Harding appeared on 2SER Breakfast to discuss the project's housing research.
Our call to remove faith-based schools' anti-discrimination exemptions was covered in the Daily Aus.
NSW and Commonwealth laws should offer the same protections as Queensland's Anti-Discrimination Act.
Director of Policy and Advocacy Alastair Lawrie commented to the Sydney Morning Herald.

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