Other Conferences and Seminars

United Nations Association of Australia Conference,22 -2 23 July 2016

Presenters will cover many diverse topics such as the SDGs, human rights, climate change, nuclear disarmament, the Global Peace Index, peace operations, UN reform, global health, humanitarian operations, the Middle East, terrorism, and women, peace and security…more

UNAA
Educating to Prevent Violence Against Women, 19 November 2015

The world’s first national framework to focus on preventing violence against women was launched this week. Change the Story: A shared framework for the primary prevention of violence against women and their children in Australia was developed by Our Watch, the Victorian Health Promotion Foundation and Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety.
This is a great example of an Australian determination to educate people to respect human rights… For more see: “Change the story..

Natasha Stott Despoja
Australian Community Cohesion Conference, 15-17 July 2015

The Australian Council for Human Rights Education (ACHRE) was a proud sponsor of the ‘The Advancing Community Cohesion – Towards a National Compact Conference’ (ACCC) held at University of Western Sydney (UWS)Parramatta Campus on 15-17 July. Dr Ozdowski, ACHRE President, was conference convenor and Ms Pera Wells, ACHRE Vice President and Assoc. Prof. Nina Burridge, member of ACHRE Executive chaired important sessions….more

 Community Cohesion
Human Rights Education Forum for the ACT School Teachers and Principals, 4 April 2014

The aim of the forum was to assist schools to implement the Australian Curriculum and provide strategies to principals and teachers to lead human rights education in their schools….more

Ms Louise Morton, Executive Teacher, Torrens Primary School, giving practical tips how to lead human rights education in a school