We thank these organisations whose support is ensuring Health Justice Australia has the strongest impact possible on improved health and justice outcomes.
Justice Connect delivers access to justice through pro bono legal services to people experiencing disadvantage and the community organisations that support them.
Justice Connect is supporting the establishment of Health Justice Australia, providing critical operational and strategic advice.
Fiona McLeay, CEO of Justice Connect, is Chair of the Health Justice Australia Board.
Clayton Utz is a leading Australian law firm with offices across the country servicing more than 250 Federal and State Government departments, agencies and organisation, as well as some of the biggest companies in Australia.
A two-year founding grant from the Clayton Utz Foundation has enabled the recruitment of a CEO to establish Health Justice Australia; and the firm is providing critical support through pro bono legal, operational and strategic advice.
David Hillard, Pro Bono Partner at Clayton Utz, is a member of the Health Justice Australia Board.
Folk is a brand identity and experience design consultancy whose experience spans the public, private and non-profit sectors.
Folk supported Health Justice Australia to develop our visual identity, through which we will continue to build the understanding of health justice partnerships and how best to achieve improved health and justice outcomes.
Atlassian is an Australian-based enterprise software company that develops products for software developers, project managers, and content management.
Atlassian is supporting Health Justice Australia develop our data and technology strategy, ensuring effective and efficient online capabilities that support rigorous evidence about health justice partnerships and the dissemination of resources that support better ways of working in these partnerships.
The Funding Network (TFN) is a fresh approach to capacity building for grassroots non-profit organisations and social enterprises. We know that many of these social entrepreneurs struggle to access the networks and resources that can help their programs grow. At the same time, people and businesses with the resources and willingness to help often find it difficult to connect with these programs and the people behind them. TFN brings these two groups together to find, fund and grow social programs that create big change at all levels of society.
Thanks to funds pledged via TFN, Health Justice Australia is developing an online resource to support the agreements between health justice partner organisations.
South Eastern Sydney Local Health District provides acute, community and population Health Services for the residents of the eastern and southern suburbs of Sydney. The Local Health District manages four major teaching and referral hospitals. It also provides a comprehensive range of health care delivered through facilities located in more than 30 suburbs, including child and family health, mental health, oral health, HIV/sexual health, Aboriginal health, breast screening, health promotion, public health, palliative care, drug and alcohol services, carer support, women’s health and youth health. SESLHD is part of a health justice partnership with Legal Aid NSW at Sutherland Hospital.
Dr Greg Stewart, the Director of Primary Integrated and Community Health at SESLHD, is a member of the Health Justice Australia Board.