The Caxton Hall of Fame recognises those outstanding volunteers who have contributed significantly to Caxton Legal Centre. Continue reading Caxton Hall of Fame
It was about 4pm and The Tivoli was looking spectacular, even with a couple of large stepladders on the dance floor and various black clad technicians shouting technical things to each other.
By 6.15 The tables were set, the seating plan was in place, the lighting and sound was ready, Megan and Karen had sprinkled the illicit illuminations on the tables and a feeling of anticipation was in the air.
The latest in our Justice in Focus series was held in collaboration with QUT and investigated the communities and voices who have not been heard, despite the recent focus on Domestic Violence. Continue reading Domestic Violence – Unheard Voices
PLEASE NOTE: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this document may contain images of deceased persons.
At the 150th anniversary of the gazettal of Regulations imposing a duty on armed officers to “disperse” any “large assembly of blacks without unnecessary violence”, how does the present day reality of Aboriginal people in Queensland continue to be shaped by the history of their relations with the Queensland colonial police force?
This year Caxton Legal Centre celebrates 40 years of unlocking the law for Queenslanders. Caxton Legal Centre is as an independent non-profit organisation providing free legal advice and representation to Queenslanders who face disadvantage in their access to the law.
Such an auspicious anniversary is an opportunity for us to celebrate our resilience in changing times, to reflect on past challenges and successes and to look forward to meeting the future needs of our clients. Continue reading Caxton Turns 40