Welcome to NAAJA
The North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency (NAAJA) delivers high quality and culturally proficient Aboriginal legal services to the Top End of the Northern Territory.
Our Vision is True Justice, Dignity and Respect for Aboriginal people.
Our Mission is to deliver a range of innovative, high quality, culturally proficient legal services to Aboriginal people and the community.
Profiling NAAJA’s CLE team – doing national best-practice legal education and training
NAAJA CLE team has recently collaborated on an innovative filmmaking internship with ABC Open, Clontarf and Darwin high school students to produce a short documentary – ‘Law Stories’ – focusing on youth and the criminal justice system. The students and the CLE team worked together to develop ideas for the film and conducted interviews with various justice workers. The students produced an excellent documentary, which gave the boys a greater understanding of the youth justice system and a unique insight into possible career opportunities in the both journalism and the law. The project was such a success that a 3 minute version of the film was screened nationally on Behind the News!
You can see the “Behind the News” report here: http://www.abc.net.au/btn/story/s4126809.htm
the full version of ‘Law Stories’ is available on the ABC Open website: https://open.abc.net.au/explore/81937
For more information on NAAJA’s Community Legal Education work – click here
An 8 page summary of recent achievements of NAAJA CLE – NAAJA CLE July-December 14
Kieran ‘Chilpy’ Boylan Cadetship
Commencing in 2015, NAAJA will offer a Cadetship to an Aboriginal student enrolled full time in a Bachelor of Social Work who lives in the Top End of the NT.
Worth up to $23,600 per annum, the Cadetship is an exciting opportunity for an Aboriginal student to study a Bachelor of Social Work and gain a career path with NAAJA upon satisfactorily completing their degree.
It includes an annual work placement with NAAJA Throughcare which will provide an opportunity for mentoring and support as part of our terrific Throughcare team.Apply Now!
NAAJA respects Aboriginal culture and has tried to ensure material on this website is of an appropriate manner, however visitors are warned there may be some images or material which may offend.