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The Bridge of Hope Innocence Initiative at RMIT is a joint venture between RMIT University and The Bridge of Hope Foundation. The Initiative follows the work of others in the innocence movement who aim to both investigate claims of wrongful conviction and campaign for reform of issues that lead to these injustices.

Established in 2001, The Bridge of Hope Foundation Inc is a registered not-for-profit, social justice charity with Deductible Gift Recipient taxation status. The principal activities of the Bridge of Hope Foundation centre upon matters of social justice, the implementation of justice reinvestment policies and the provision of both the emotional and physical tools required to assist in turning disadvantaged lives around.

Find out more about The Bridge of Hope Foundation and the programs it offers.

ongoing investigation into withheld keli lane recordings

Despite our numerous attempts, NSW Police have refused to provide access to hundreds of secret recordings of intercepted telephone and listening device conversations they obtained during the Keli Lane Investigation. We believe the recordings contain material that could assist in Keli Lane’s wrongful conviction claim. Click here to find out more about our endeavours to retrieve these vital recordings.