Community projects oriented – local and global social reach


The Human Rights Alliance thrives on the coalescing of the human spirit, of people coming together to unfold the human rights language and social justice.

The Human Rights Alliance contributes, and gives rise, to campaigns and causes in the seeking of civil and just remedies where it appears uncivil and inhumane injustices exist. The Human Rights Alliance is predominately a coalescing of volunteers, far and wide, who work on projects that will improve the lives of those less fortunate or who are in need of our helping hand.

The Human Rights Alliance follows in the footsteps of Students Without Borders – – which in only five years donated 55,000 recycled refurbished computers to people Australia-wide and globally, and which at one time coordinated over 100 programs and projects.

There are many ways in which to get involved and be part of community development, locally, far and wide, and in human rights education and participation.





Cultural Imperialism jailed Indonesian children in Australian adult prisons


Aboriginal deaths in custody bring focus to disturbing rate of imprisonment


Candlelight vigil

Custodial process questioned

Political questions raised

Homeless Crisis | Today Perth News

Youth suicide at crisis levels

Wheelchairs for Kids

Homeless Crisis | 9 News Perth

Gerry Georgatos talking at Sorry Day

How Would You Like To Be Me? Gerry Georgatos

8 Years too long! – Gerry Georgatos


Homeless friendly precincts campaign

Anthony Mundine interviewed at Matargarup camp

Wheelchairs for Kids

Indigenous suicide rates at crisis levels

Suicide prevention focus

Thousands call for royal commission into suicides – ABC News


The situational trauma of incarceration – ABC News2

Turning around the lives of former inmates – ABC News
Suicide prevention pt 2


The Grim Reality of Aboriginal Incarceration and Suicide: Gerry Georgatos


Ernie Dingo and Gerry Georgatos


Suicide Prevention Conference – Gerry Georgatos


Suicide of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders – A Humanitarian Crisis