ADNSW attends Human Rights Awards

Published 9 December 2022

On Friday 9 December, ADNSW staff joined President, Helen McKenzie at the 2022 Human Rights Awards.

Presented by the Australian Human Rights Commission, the Human Rights Awards are an annual celebration of human rights achievements. 

An Australian not-for-profit organisation Mahboba’s Promise won the prestigious Human Rights Medal for its work supporting people fleeing the Taliban in Afghanistan. Other awards went to Caroline Cecile Fletcher (Young People’s Award), Scientia Professor Jane McAdam (Law Award), and Hotel Etico (Community Award).

Read about the winners

 

Group shot of ADNSW staff looking at camera smiling
ADNSW President Helen McKenzie (middle back row) with ADNSW managers and staff at the 2022 Human Rights Awards.
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16 Dec 2022

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