SA Refugee Week 2019 Youth Poster Awards Exhibition

TUESDAY 11 JUNE - FRIDAY 28 JUNE, 
THE BOB HAWKE PRIME MINISTERIAL CENTRE'S
KERRY PACKER CIVIC GALLERY 

Gallery open Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm (Thursdays until 7pm)
Hawke Building Level 3, UniSA City West campus, 55 North Terrace, Adelaide MAP

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Australian Migrant Resource Centre as part of SA Refugee Week 2019

In this exhibition of posters we see students taking a leadership role in empathising with, offering support and advocating for, the world’s most vulnerable, and especially refugees displaced across the world, those coming to our shores and those presently within Australia’s guardianship.

Where some might find it more convenient to either ignore or depreciate the plight of people fleeing their homelands and desperate for sanctuary, these students have taken on the mantle of ethical warriors, standing up for the weakened and willing to do what is needed to bring the social and economic justice we, as a country, advanced all those years ago.

AWARD WINNERS

PRIMARY

Best Poster

Reese Chamings
Sandy Creek Primary School, 2019

Runner Up
Harry Hutton, Ysabella Lim
North Adelaide Primary School, 2019

Commended
Starr Hampton
Woodside Primary School, 2019

SECONDARY

Best Poster

Jaeda Masefield
Sacred Heart College, 2019

Runner Up
Jemma Bald
Sacred Heart College, 2019

Commended
Holly Burns
St Aloysius College, 2019

TERTIARY

Best Poster

Fatima Ahmadi
University of South Australia, 2019

Runner Up
Dale Thiele
University of South Australia, 2019

Commended
Sean Stolte
University of South Australia, 2019

 

Image Credits: Hero Image: Left, Reese Chamings;  Middle, Jaeda Masefield; Right, Fatima Ahmadi 

      

Presented by The Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre and Australian Migrant Resource Centre as part of SA Refugee Week 2019


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