Human Rights in Australia Today

An engaging and dynamic panel of speakers who have significant achievements in their fields, will explore four major human rights issues facing Australia today, as highlighted in our exhibition The Holocaust and Human Rights; the rights of Indigenous people, refugees and asylum seekers, people with disabilities, and the LGBTIQ community.


  • Deng Adut, a Sudanese refugee, now a defence lawyer and refugee advocate in Western Sydney;
  • Lindon Coombes, Professor of Indigenous Policy at UTS and Indigenous Chair for the NSW Reconciliation Council;
  • Rani Vincent, co-founder of The Age of Ability and The Brain Injury Project

Moderated by:

  • Andrew Jakubowicz, Emeritus Professor of Sociology at UTS, member of the Advisory Board of Multicultural NSW, and author of many prestigious publications

Opening Address by:

  • Claire Mallinson, National Director of Amnesty International Australia


Tickets are $20.

Bookings essential. Book your ticket here online or call 9360 7999.

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