NSW HUMAN RIGHTS AWARD
The NSW Human Rights Award pays tribute to a person who has made a meaningful and lasting contribution to the advancement of human rights. The NSW Government supports the tireless efforts of individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to improving the lives of those less fortunate and this Award will provide an opportunity to recognise an exceptional individual in this field.
The Award was established in recognition of Swedish diplomat, Raoul Wallenberg, who personally saved tens of thousands of lives during the Holocaust.
For enquires please call Multicultural NSW on (02) 8255-6769.