Building effective health justice partnerships (HJPs) requires partners to pay attention to how they work together, not just what they do. Here’s a guide to help you set up processes for reviewing your partnership.
Health Justice Australia’s submission to the Review of the National Legal Assistance Partnership (NLAP).
This report discusses whether and how health justice partnerships achieve financial wellbeing outcomes for their clients, how they work with financial counsellors and the opportunities and constraints of addressing financial wellbeing.
This toolkit is designed to help new health justice partnerships get started and existing partnerships either document or review the way in which they work together.
Health justice partnership offers a promising approach to incorporate legal assistance into early support for children and their families in the contexts where child protection concerns are likely to arise.
Submission to the Australian Human Rights Commission consultation: Youth Justice and Child Wellbeing Reform Across Australia
What are the opportunities for early support to tackle the intersecting health, legal and other problems that often drive notifications to the child protection system.