With cooperative and collaborative endeavours of and with the students, faculties, and other institution members, along with various research organisations, government organisations, communities and other stakeholders, the Centre is a dynamic hub to drive Social Justice reform and contribute to law reform and policy making. The Centre develops solutions to many pressing and complex social justice problems through research, teaching, and practice, encouraging and supporting multidisciplinary collaboration and innovation. It is also a gateway for partners and communities to engage with the university’s resources and maximise social impact.
The Centre strives to explore and respond to crises of human vulnerability, marginality, displacement, and discrimination, with the ultimate goal of emancipation from structural dominations. Theoretically dismissing field-curriculum, field-pedagogy, and theory-practice dualities, the Centre is committed to teaching, research, and fieldwork, blending theory and practice appropriately.