WUJAL WUJAL JUSTICE GROUP

NGANA MURUKU JUNKURRJIKU JANAY
WE STAND STRONG TOGETHER

The Wujal Wujal Justice Group is a forward thinking Indigenous NGO in Kuku Yalanji Country, Far North Queensland. Our staff help community members with all aspects of the Justice system. We provide court support for offenders and victims, offer counselling & mediation, make referrals and much more. We facilitate a range of Community based programs, such as the Restorative Justice and Domestic & Family Violence Counselling Programs. 

These Programs provide offenders, victims and their families with opportunities to re-connect and heal relationships in a culturally appropriate way.

'Ngana Muruku Junkurrjiku Janay' (We stand strong together) is our motto

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About Us

Behind the Scenes

Here at Wujal Wujal Justice Group we see the value in everyone. We strive to be a force for positive change, and since our beginning, we’ve been driven by the same core ideas: support for everyone, standing strong together to uphold Lore & Law and do what we can to help create a better world for our children.

Our Vision: Wujal Wujal Justice Group is a strong Community-based Indigenous organization, where Bama (Indigenous) and Waybala (non-Indigenous) enjoy working together to ensure all community members are supported and cared for, Elders are respected and Culture is strong. The Justice Group nurtures strong leaders that help create positive futures and opportunities for our young people.

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Kuku Yalanji Language Resources
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Helping community with all aspects of the justice system.

And more...

WOMEN'S GROUP

MEN'S GROUP

YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

SPORTS & REC PROGRAM

NDIS COMMUNITY CONNECTOR

Community activities and on country  excursions and camps.

 

Helping community with all aspects of the justice system.

And more...

WOMEN'S GROUP

MEN'S GROUP

RESTORATIVE JUSTICE PROGRAM

HEALING ON COUNTRY CAMPS

DOMESTIC & FAMILY VIOLENCE COUNSELLING & SUPPORT

YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROGRAM

SPORTS & REC PROGRAM

NDIS COMMUNITY CONNECTOR

Community activities and on Country  Cultural excursions and camps.

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Making a Small Difference Means a Lot to someone

Mens & Women's Group

Yarning Circles

Regular yarning circles for men and women. 

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On Country Activities

Reinforcing our Culture

Sharing culture is something that we take very seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. With these activities, our goal is to engage those participating in Cultural learning, spending time on Country with Elders and our staff and (re)connecting with their 'bubu' (homelands), their Elders,  With access to the right resources, people can become empowered by their own abilities and gain the confidence to fulfill their potential. Sharing knowledge on Country camps helps people bring out the best in people.

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“The more you know, the less you need.” – Australian Aboriginal saying
 

Smoking Ceremony

On Country - Normanby Station

 
 
 

Contact Justice Group

Get in touch with our Justice Group staff to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

120 Hartwig Street

07-40608373

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You Can Make a Difference. Happy homes, better lifestyle. 

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 Ngana Muruku Junkurrjiku Janay - We Stand Strong Together

We believe best way for our initiatives to be successful, is for the community to actively get involved. Everyone working together for the benefit all is what makes Wujal Wujal Justice Group great.

There is a diverse range of activities facilitated by the Justice Group that you can get involved in, from Community events, to Cultural outings and camps.

Get in touch with any questions about how you can Partner with Us today.

Support for Community initiatives

Wujal Wujal Choir pictured above - funded by the Justice Group with support from Indigenous Languages and Arts

 
 

“Keep your eyes on the sun, and you will not see the shadows.”

Australian Aboriginal saying

Our Mission is: Bama (Indigenous) and Waybala (non-Indigenous) working together, connecting people to Culture, Elders, Country and each other, supporting opportunities, nurturing and inspiring leaders and creating a positive future as a strong supportive Community.

Wujal Wujal Justice Group Programs include Cultural learning on Country, challenging offending behaviours, the value of team work and respect for the Elders' knowledge.

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