Anglicare regularly publishes reports, opinion pieces and discussion papers about social justice. From 1998 - 2007 the organisation also hosted a series of free public lectures on social justice topics by leading Australian thinkers. These speeches were published in a series called "Reflections on social justice".
"40 years on: What does the 'Yes' vote mean for Indigenous Australians?"
By Tom Calma, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission
The 11th Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 2007
"Romantic communities: brilliant, brutal and Australia's future"
By Rhonda Galbally, AO
The 10th Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 2006
"Australian democracy, law and justice. What has happened to the checks and balances?"
By the Hon. Alastair Nicholson, former Chief Justice of the Family Court of Australia
The 9th Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 2005
"The heart sees what is invisible to the eye"
By Professor Raimond Gaita
The 8th Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 2004
"Reclaiming our identity as a nation with a heart and soul"
By Professor Lowitja O'Donoghue
The 7th Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 2003
Tampering with asylum: recent developments in the treatment of asylum seekers in Australia
By Fr Frank Brennon, SJ
The 6th Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 2002
Taxation and social justice
By Alison McLelland, Director of Social Action and Research, Brotherhood of St Laurence
The 2nd Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 1998
Reconciliation and reparation
By Mick Dodson, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island Social Justice Commissioner
The 1st Anglicare Social Justice Lecture, 1997
The 1999 - 2001 lectures are not available in print.