On 16-18 December the Labor Party is holding it’s National Conference in Adelaide. Amnesty’s refugee campaigner Shankar Kasynathan and Amnesty’s Advocacy & External Affairs Manager Emma Bull will be there to influence the Labor Party’s policy platform on our key campaign areas – like community sponsorship and raise the age.
Party conferences are a great way for us to engage in the political process and ensure human rights are front and centre. Amnesty is hosting an event at Labor Fringe. Please join us to gain critical insights into the State of Play of Human Rights in the Asia Pacific with Sabrin Farooqui , Chris Hayes MP, Andrew Giles MP, and Shankar Kasynathan.
Here is all the information:
When: 4-5pm Monday 17 December
Where: Riverbank Room 5, Adelaide Convention Centre
How: You can buy tickets here. Tickets get you into all the Fringe events so take a look at the Program for the other exciting speakers and events.
Feel free to let the Government Relations team know if you can help out on the day or if you are attending so they can look out for you (email@example.com)
p.s. Amnesty is also part of the Community Refugee Sponsorship Initiative (CRSI) and one of our partner organisations on that campaign, Save the Children, is also hosting an event on Community Sponsorship 10-11am Monday.