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Tuesday, 5th July 2005 at 1:07 pm

NAB 2005 Volunteer Awards

There are less than 1 week remaining until entries close for the 2005 National Australia Bank Volunteer Awards.

Volunteer groups are urged to nominate themselves and apply for over $360,000 in awards.

The 2005 National Australia Bank Volunteer Awards recognise and reward the vital work done by volunteer groups throughout Australia.

For a nomination form, visit www.national.com.au/community or call 1800 807 121. Entries close 1 July. Terms and conditions apply.

The National Australia Bank Volunteer Awards gratefully acknowledges its program partners Volunteering Australia and News Limited Community Newspapers.

Human Rights Award Nominations

The Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission annual Human Rights Medal and Awards are officially open for nominations.

The awards acknowledge the outstanding contributions of ‘local champions’ by entering yourself or nominating someone for these prestigious awards.

To enter you don’t have to be famous or your efforts well-known – just someone who works everyday without fuss or fanfare to promote and protect human rights and overcome discrimination in Australia.

Last year’s winners comprised a range of individuals and organisations covering issues including Indigenous employment and rights, female prisoners, refugees and asylum seekers, mental health and people trafficking.

The Human Rights Medal recognises the achievements of an individual who has made an outstanding contribution to the promotion and protection of human rights in Australia. Last year’s winners were Dick Estens, founder of Moree’s Aboriginal Employment Strategy and Deborah Kilroy, founder of the women’s prison support service Sisters Inside.

Human Rights Awards are also presented to an individual or an organisation that has made significant contributions in the areas of Law, the Community, Print Media, Television, Radio or Arts Non-Fiction.

How to Enter

To enter yourself, another person or an organisation in the Human Rights Medal and Awards simply Click here : http://www.humanrights.gov.au/hr_awards/entry_forms.html

Alternatively, you can phone (02) 9284 9618 or email hrawards@humanrights.gov.au for more information.

Human Rights Medal and Awards Ceremony

The 2005 Human Rights Medal and Awards will be presented at a gala luncheon ceremony in the Grand Ballroom at the Sheraton on the Park Hotel in Sydney on Friday, 9 December 2005 from midday to 3pm.

Entries for the awards close Friday, 30 September 2005.



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