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Julie Edwards joined Jesuit Social Services in 2001 and was appointed as CEO in 2004.


COVID-19 holds a mirror up to us


Julie Edwards, Friday, 10th April 2020 -  Once we get a chance to catch our collective breath we need to lift our gaze and ask ourselves: what kind of world do we want to live in, writes Jesuit Social Services CEO Julie Edwards, who shares her thoughts on what that world might look like.

PM’s African Crime Comments Fan Flames of Fear


Julie Edwards, Friday, 20th July 2018 -  The recent intervention by Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull concerning the issue of African youth in Victoria is unfair, misleading and extremely unhelpful, writes Jesuit Social Services CEO Julie Edwards.

Youth Justice System Needs Balance


Julie Edwards, Tuesday, 4th October 2016 -  Has Victoria learned nothing from the outcry around the abuse and brutalisation of young people within the Northern Territory’s youth justice system – we don’t need a “supermax” prison to house our youth, writes Julie Edwards, CEO Jesuit Social Services.

More Abuse Uncovered on Nauru, So Who’s Responsible?


Julie Edwards, Thursday, 18th August 2016 -  It is time Australia rejected the fiction that our political leaders are not somehow responsible for what happens on the offshore detention centres they have created, writes Julie Edwards the CEO of Jesuit Social Services.

Community Legal Centres – A View from the Trenches


Julie Edwards, Thursday, 19th May 2016 -  Community legal centre lawyers ensure that Australia’s most vulnerable are protected by the law and supported to improve their often dire situations. We know because we work with people experiencing entrenched disadvantage everyday, writes Julie Edwards CEO of Jesuit Social Services.
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