city justice walks

Our City Justice Walks are an incredible opportunity for senior secondary students to experience their city from a different perspective. Our walks combine visiting a series of historically and culturally significant sites whilst discussing relevant social issues. 

We explore iconic locations that tell important stories of events, places and people that influenced social justice and freedoms in Australia. 

This program can be tailored to suit all ages and can range from 2 hours to a full day walk (6.5 hours)

Common topics include homelessness, gambling, drug addiction, corporate social responsibility, Indigenous culture, human trafficking, sex trade, gender equity, economic disadvantage and more.

For more details or to request a quote, please contact our office

Edmund Rice Camps VICTORIA 
​(03) 8359 0145
7 Amberley Way
Lower Plenty VIC 3093

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We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the Country on which our programs and offices take place. We are inspired and nurtured by the wisdoms, spiritualities and experiences of our First Nations Peoples. Together we work actively for reconciliation, justice, equity and healing.

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