We seek to ensure that we continue to keep the voice of the marginalised – whoever they are – on our agenda. We do this through public commentary, participation in networks and public events that focus specifically on racial justice, gender justice, ethical leadership, advocacy for migrants and ecological justice. We will do this by working with other organisations whom we have identified as having similar concerns.
We will also use our media resources (including our relationships in the broader secular media) to raise issues and influence public opinion.
We want to ensure that, in all our works, we form people who are increasingly justice conscious.
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In terms of the recently gazetted Government Notice 417, section 5.4.1: