The second of the 2017 Human Rights Awards talks was delivered this week by Pat Sims, coordinator of Football Without Borders.
Football Without Borders is a free to join, volunteer-run, non-profit community program that aims to build strong relationships between asylum seekers, refugees and the Darwin community.
Football Without Borders was the winner of the 2015 Human Rights Awards Fitzgerald Diversity Award for “individuals or organisations whose activities focus on promoting, protecting and fulfilling human rights of diverse communities in the Northern Territory.”
Football Without Borders is auspiced by the Melaleuca Refugee Centre. You can support Football Without Borders by donating here.
Thanks again to Maurice Blackburn Lawyers Darwin for hosting the event and the organising committee for arranging this series of talks.
Click here to watch a video of Pat’s talk.--