Citizen for Humanity at Brighton Secondary, Adelaide

2 December 2016

ACHRE has provided $1,000 grant for the Brighton Secondary School in South Australia to undertake the Citizens for Humanity Project with all Year 9 students (over 300). The project objective was to broaden students’ understanding of human rights through their engagement with local communities across Adelaide. For project details see:  Brighton Secondary School CfH Project Report

The project was concluded on 2 December 2016 with all the Year 9 students taking part in a formal ceremony at which Dr Sev Ozdowski, the ACHRE President, awarded “Citizens for Humanity” certificates to each of the Year 9 classes. The school ceremony celebrated the diversity of student work and achievements together with some guests from local communities and parents.

The Project Team and the Year 9 teachers and students from Brighton Secondary School thanked the Australian Council for Human Rights Education for their generous support towards our 2016 Citizens for Humanity Project.