45 Days, 45 Lives Campaign update

45 Days, 45 Lives Campaign update

Thanks to our generous supporters, our Crowd-funding campaign was a HUGE success – we raised $20,000! This will go directly towards providing legal representation to clients in need.

If you haven’t yet made a donation and would like to, you can do so via our website’s Donations Page

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Day 45 – THANK YOU!

Day 45 – THANK YOU!

On behalf of our clients past and present, our volunteers and staff, a huge “Thank you” to everyone who has so generously supported our funding campaign.

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Day 44 – Sharna

Day 44 – Sharna

I work in the HIV sector in a non-legal role, and so there was no better place to complete my supervised legal training placement than HALC; the only dedicated community legal centre for HIV and Hepatitis C related legal matters in Australia.

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Day 43 – Kanya

Day 43 – Kanya

I’m Kanya, I was born in Burma. I don’t know exactly when as I have never had a birth certificate. 

But everyone has to have a date of birth, so I chose 1 January 1989.

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Day 42 – David Part II

Day 42 – David Part II

It took another two years but Centrelink eventually admitted that they had breached the Federal Privacy Act, and have now promised to review their policies to amend their practices. They even sent me a letter of apology.

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