Know someone who should be in the running for the Human Rights Awards and just haven’t got round to nominating yet? Don’t worry there’s still time!
The Australian Human Rights Commission is calling for writers, publishers and editors to nominate for the 2011 Human Rights literature (non-fiction) Award sponsored by the Co-op Bookshop.
It can take months to make, is resource intensive and can sometimes be confronting, but television remains one of the most powerful mediums of them all.
The Australian Human Rights Commission is calling for nominations from print journalists who have exposed, investigated or propelled thought and action on a contemporary and compelling human rights issue in Australia.
But radio, through its immediacy, its creativity and its ability to reach ordinary Australians, plays a pivotal role in shaping Australia’s national identity, and increasing our understanding of human rights.
WHERE: National Press Club of Australia 16 National Circuit Barton ACT 2600
The Australian Human Rights Commission is hosting a public lecture on one of the most pressing human rights issues facing the nation next Thursday, 21 July.