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NAAJA thrilled to receive 2014 Fitzgerald: Northern Territory Human Rights Award

NT Human Rights Award

Bishop Eugene Hurley and NAAJA CEO Priscilla Collins

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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. naaja-darwin-office

Our Mission is to deliver a range of innovative, high quality, culturally proficient legal services to Aboriginal people and the community.

Our role is to:

  • Ensure that clients are appropriately represented when they come into contact with the justice system;
  • Assist and inform Aboriginal people and enhance their understanding of the justice system;
  • Ensure that clients and families receive quality legal advice and representation; and
  • Influence a positive change within the justice system that reflects better understanding and appreciation of the diverse cultural backgrounds, problems and challenges that impact upon Aboriginal people.

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.


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.

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