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30 October 2012

A submission to the Victorian Government in Australia, in which some forty signatories advocate that  General Religious Education, which includes indigenous worldviews, secular philosophies and ethics, should be provided for all students.


Joseph Camilleri has been actively involved in the Pax Christi movement since 1969. He served as General Secretary of Pax Christi in England in 1970-72, facilitated the establishment of Pax Christi in the United States, and was the founding President of Pax Christi in Australia from 1974, a position he held for over 30 years. He continues to serve on the Executive Committee of the Victorian branch.

29 March 2011

In February 2011, the Joint Standing Committee on Migration accepted terms of reference from the Minister for Immigration and Citizenship, the Hon Chris Bowen MP, to inquire into the economic, social and cultural impacts of migration and to make recommendations to maximise the positive benefits of migration.

15 January 1988 to 15 April 1996

Joseph Camilleri was the founding Convener of Rainbow Alliance, a new political movement bringing together people active in peace, environmental, gender, social justice and union issues. Its aim was to encourage cross fertilisation between these streams of activism and to make the connections between issues often viewed in isolation from each other.