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Account name : JustSociale Public Fund
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Without your loyal support, we couldn’t do the vital work we do. That’s why we promise to uphold the highest ethical standards. You can send through any feedback via our contact page.

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JustSociale is independent and we count on donations from individuals like you to power the campaigns, projects and educational resources we deliver.

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> How you can get behind us

Donating is one of the best ways you can help us to promote and protect the online human rights of all Australians.

In 2012, the United Nations Human Rights Council declared that our online human rights are no different to our offline human rights.

Yet, in the rapidly evolving realm of the Internet and social media – which we rely on to conduct our lives on a daily basis – navigating your online human rights and ensuring they are protected can be challenging.

However, we at JustSociale, have a plan.

We are forging Australia’s first national Alliance to collectively call on all stakeholders with an interest in Internet governance to commit to Australia’s first online Code of Conduct.

Your contribution will ensure we can:

Apply pressure in the media

Apply pressure in the media to promote our online human rights and to prevent online harm from occurring by elevating influential voices.

Push for Australia to have an Online Code of Conduct

Push for Australia to have an Online Code of Conduct, is promoted by partners from diverse sectors, including other non-profit or charitable organisations, communications agencies, technology platforms, members of government, law enforcement, creatives, diverse communities and remote and regional Australians.

Build long-term support for education and solutions

Build long-term support for education and solutions, so that the digital divide experienced by many Australians is eliminated and we can all access the Internet and social media freely, equally and safely. These will include providing educational resources, tool kits, educational talks and seminars, advocating for diverse or vulnerable members of society who may not be able to access to Internet equally, and assisting all Australians with clear, easy to navigate information so that they know their online rights.