One Voice, One Humanity Next Gen
The United Nations Association of Australia (NSW) presents One Voice, One Humanity NEXTGEN 2023 to mark UN Human Rights Day and World Day for Social Justice.
One Voice, One Humanity Next Gen presents the diverse voices of youth advocates, youth ambassadors and students with lived experience coming together to share their perspective on the human rights themes and and hope for a better future curated by the UNAA (NSW) Human Rights Pillar, in partnership with Affinity Intercultural Foundation, Centre for Social Justice & Inclusion, UTS.
The event is a shared platform for the Human Rights community, in a TEDx style curated event of 5-minute narratives, performances, creative expression and videos clips, highlighting the complexity of Human Rights issues; provoke dialogue and inspire actions from the youth and the wider community.
This year we will be exploring some key themes that pertain to the Youth and their future:
- Dispossession and Displacement
- AI impact on Human Rights
- Climate Impact on Human Rights
In addition, our UNAA(NSW) Schools program participants will be contributing their work and creative expression on the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The speakers consists of Australian youth leaders;
Angelica Ojinnaka I Ashna Basu I Jahin Tanvir I Joshua Karras I Lauren Perry I Rayan Alan I Ruby Abercromby I Tasnia Ahmad
Join us at the Great Hall, UTS on Monday 4 December from 5:30pm to 9pm AEDT to experience the diversity of youth human rights voices!
Together we all share equally in the inalienable rights which everyone is entitled to as a human being--regardless of race, colour, religion, sex, language, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status.