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Employment opportunity, Community Solicitor

We are seeking an enthusiastic and committed Solicitor to work closely with a team of lawyers, advocates, reformers and campaigners in providing access to justice.  It is a diverse role involving...

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Elder abuse prevention project

The Seniors and Disability Rights Service operating within Darwin Community Legal Services has received 12 months of funding from the Office of Senior Territorians to minimise elder abuse in our...

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2016-2017 Annual General Meeting

DCLS held its Annual General Meeting this week at which Julie Davis was re-elected Chair. DCLS would like to take this opportunity to thank our board members for their dedication, hard work and...

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Introducing our new Executive Director

Darwin Community Legal Service is pleased to announce the appointment of Linda Weatherhead as our new Executive Director. Linda brings a wealth of skill and knowledge to DCLS gained through her...

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NT HUMAN RIGHTS AWARDS LUNCHTIME TALKS

The second of the 2017 Human Rights Awards talks was delivered this week by Pat Sims, coordinator of Football Without Borders. Football Without Borders is a free to join, volunteer-run, non-profit...

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2017 Annual General Meeting

The DCLS AGM will be held at 5.00pm on Monday 13 November in the DCLS Board Room, Level 1, 75 Woods Street, Darwin. See below for membership form and agenda for those who would like to attend. AGM...

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NT Human Rights Awards lunchtime talks

In the lead up to the 2017 NT Human Rights awards a special series of lunchtime talks are being held. Yesterday Jared Sharp, human rights lawyer and NT General Manager, Jesuit Social Services, gave...

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DCLS Newsletter March 2017

Thanks for taking a moment to read our latest newsletter. Community Legal Centres Australia wide are facing funding cuts from 1 July 2017. If the cuts are not reversed, Darwin Community Legal Centre – along with other community legal centres in the Northern Territory – will have to reduce services.

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