From left Dr Zeny Edwards Immediate Past Program Director, United Nations Association of Australia ( UNAA) Peace Program, Dr Xanana Gusmao, First President, Timor Leste, Serna Ladia, President, PCC - NSW and Jun Relunia, Adviser, Philippine Community Engagement UNAA Peace Program
From left Dr Zeny Edwards Immediate Past Program Director, United Nations Association of Australia ( UNAA) Peace Program, Dr Xanana Gusmao, First President, Timor Leste, Serna Ladia, President, PCC – NSW and Jun Relunia, Adviser, Philippine Community Engagement UNAA Peace Program
Dr Zeny Edwards Receives FILCCA Filipino Australian Achiever Award after the closing ceremony From left Serna Ladia, President PCC - NSW, Dr Zeny Edwards, 2018 FILCCA Filipino Australian Achiever Awardee and Jun Relunia, Adviser, Philippine Community Engagement UNAA Peace Program.
Dr Zeny Edwards Receives FILCCA Filipino Australian Achiever Award after the closing ceremony
From left Serna Ladia, President PCC – NSW, Dr Zeny Edwards, 2018 FILCCA Filipino Australian Achiever Awardee and Jun Relunia, Adviser, Philippine Community Engagement UNAA Peace Program.
Filipino Delegates with Anastasia Lin, 2015 Miss World Canada and Leading Actress who was refused visa to represent Canada at the 2015 Miss World in China because of her views on human rights violation in China From Left, Serna Ladia, President PCC - NSW, Anastasia Lin 2015 Miss Workd Canada, Dr Zeny Edwards, FILCCA Filipino Australian Achiever Awardee and Jun Relunia, Adviser Philippine Community Engagement UNAA Peace Prigram.
Filipino Delegates with Anastasia Lin, 2015 Miss World Canada and Leading Actress who was refused visa to represent Canada at the 2015 Miss World in China because of her views on human rights violation in China
From Left, Serna Ladia, President PCC – NSW, Anastasia Lin 2015 Miss World Canada, Dr Zeny Edwards, FILCCA Filipino Australian Achiever Awardee and Jun Relunia, Adviser Philippine Community Engagement UNAA Peace Prigram.

The 9th International Conference on Human Rights Education (ICHRE) was held on 26th Nov to 29th Nov at Western Sydney University Parramatta.

The conference theme Unleashing the Full Potential of Civil Society was popular with human rights scholars and advocates as some 250 paper proposals were received. Approximately, 90 of the best paper and workshop proposals were chosen for presentation at the conference.

The 9th ICHRE was attended by over 380 delegates including representatives from the Filipino-Australian community, and speakers from around 50 countries.

A report has been prepared and can be viewed here.

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