International Justice for TJ Day - Memorial & Speak Out


Gail Hickey: "Until we have justice, there can be no peace."

On the 6th anniversary of the day TJ Hickey was impaled on a fence while being chased by Redfern Police. You are invited to honour his memory, continue the struggle to stop all deaths in custody and demand an end to the practice where police misconduct is investigated internally by police.

Support Gail Hickey who will lodge a complaint with UN Human Rights Committee seeking findings that Australia is in breach of its human rights obligations in failing to independently investigate TJ Hickey’s death.

International Justice for TJ Day
Memorial & Speak Out
Sunday 14 February 2010, 10:15 am
Assemble on the steps of the Fitzroy Town Hall, Napier Street, Fitzroy - Then march on the Fitzroy Police station

Justice for TJ, Mulrunji, Mr Ward and all who have died at the hands of the racist state.

  • Demand that the Redfern police are held to account!
  • Immediately cease the practice of police investigating police misconduct.
  • Implement the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in Custody in full!
  • Build the on-going struggle to stop Aboriginal deaths in custody

We will not forget! As Gail Hickey says: "Until we have justice, there can be no peace."

Organised by Indigenous Social Justice Association — Melbourne

For more information call Solidarity Salon on 9388-0062 or Cheryl on 0401 806 331 or Sean on 0428 160 661.