Breakfast Seminar: ‘Obeying the law… does Australia practice what it preaches’
Date(s) - 27/03/2003
7:30 am - 9:30 am
Margaret will speak about the most pressing issues in our world today – War in Iraq, The World Security Crisis and Australia’s role in it, the future of the United Nations.
Breakfast Seminar: 'Obeying the law… does Australia practice what it preaches'
Venue: The Atrium Restaurant Sydney
Guest Speaker: Prof. Margaret Reynolds, President United Nations Association of Australia.
Margaret will speak about the most pressing issues in our world today – War in Iraq, The World Security Crisis and Australia’s role in it, the future of the United Nations. Margaret Reynolds is an Adjunct Professor at the University of QLD where she teaches Human Rights and International Politics and also encourages a braoder understanding of human rights education through a range of projects in schools and the community. She is involved in a number of projects to promote the role of the United Nations and its relationship with Australia. Since 1998, Margaret has been Chair of the Commonwealth Human Rights International Advisory Commission which represents Commonwealth professional organizations monitoring human rights standards in Commonwealth countries. A former Senator for QLD, she now divides her time between Brisbane and her home base in Tasmania. She is Chair of the Tasmanian Women’s Advisory Council.
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