Themed unleashing the full potential of civil society, the 9th international conference was help at western Sydney University in Parramatta on Nov 26-29 and attracted over. The conference was attended by scholars, advocates and attracted 250 proposals of which 90 were chosen and was well attended with over 380 delegates from over 50 countries.
Interesting and perhaps very encouraging was the attendance of over 110 high school students. It’s a good practice and most rewarding to involve all levels and all age groups to understand more about human rights and how to make communities better.
We adopted a human rights report “Sydney Declaration on Human Rights Education. For more details please view on https://www.westernsydneyedu.au/equity_diversity/equity_and_diversity/conferences/international_human_rights_education_conferences
There was great interaction, discussion, sharing and deliberation to understanding human rights and roles and impact of civil society. Whatever was shared is aimed at best practice and making the world a better place for all human beings.