Protect public housing
With rising inequality, public homes allow people to live in dignity, security, and comfort. Sign our petition for more publicly owned and managed homes. Sign now.
We are writing a report. Here's why
The stories of Victorians who experience the pointy end of divisive political rhetoric, fear mongering and racial scapegoating need to be heard. Follow Now.
No Pride in Prisons
Over the next five years, over ten thousand women and children will be jailed in Victoria. Many will be coming in from homelessness and almost all will be family violence survivors. Take Action.
Take the Pledge: Say No to Racism in Politics
Take the pledge and commit to not supporting candidates from any political party who use racial scapegoating in the upcoming election. Take Action.
No Violent Extremism: Ban Gavin McInnes from Australia
We are backing Nyadol Nyuon's call for Immigration Minister David Coleman to ban violent extremist Gavin McInnes from Australia. Please add your name! Take Action.
More public housing and stronger community housing
There is no place like home. All Victorians deserve more and better public housing, stronger community housing standards and fairer renting. Take Action.
Demand fair and transparent use of body worn cameras
Nobody should be above the law. Victoria Police must enforce rules to ensure body worn cameras help and protect community members as much as police officers. Take Action.
Raise the age: children belong in school, not Prison
The torture we saw at Don Dale must never be allowed to happen again. But in Victoria, the Premier is forcing children as young as 10 into prison. This puts kids at risk and makes them more likely to reoffend. Sign the Petition.
Call for support – not mandatory sentencing
Call on Premier Daniel Andrews to reconsider this policy and reject mandatory sentencing. Sign the Petition.
Lift the ban on pen pals for people in prison
Every person deserves to have someone to talk to. Denying people in prison the right to send and receive letters from pen pals only increases their isolation and slows their recovery. Learn More.