Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) &
Australian Muslim Civil Rights Advocacy Network (AMCRAN) proudly present:
Protecting Human Rights in Australia
Do you work within or support Muslim Communities?
Is it legal in Australia for someone to say “all Muslims should be killed”? Can a Muslim be sacked because their need to pray is disruptive? How well are human rights protected in Australia? What do human rights mean in your community and in your work?
The Protecting Human Rights in Australia training program is
designed to provide people with knowledge and skills to conduct human
rights training in their sector, organisations and communities. This
training program run by the Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC), one
of Australia’s leading non-government organisations, addresses these
issues. It is based on a successful community education kit prepared by
Jane Stratton, Policy Officer, PIAC will conduct the training. Jane has extensive experience in human rights and holds a Masters of Laws in the area from New York University.
Who should attend the training?
The training is designed for workers who run training in organisations or communities across a broad range of issues. Individuals interested in attending are also welcome. However, preference will be given to attendees who can conduct training with at least 20 people within their organisations, communities or amongst their constituents.
The training is only likely to go ahead if there are more than 20 attendees, so please let us know if you would like to attend and spread the word!
Click here to download our flyer and please distribute it to your networks.
AMCRAN seeks expressions of interest to attend a training session in mid July. The training is a whole day event. If you would like to attend please complete the Expression of Interest form and email to email@example.com or fax to (02) 9349 2107 by 31 May 2005.
Enquiries to Agnes Chong at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0414 925 225.