2010 Human rIghts Meda Winner: Thérèse Rein

the prestigious 2010 human rights medal

Thérèse Rein

for her longstanding work along side people with a disability. Click here for media release

the young people’s human rights medal

25 year old Jack Manning Bancroft

for his work with young indigenous Australians.

the law award (sponsored by the law council of australia)

The Northern Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency

the community (organisation) award

GetUp!

highly commended certificate for the community (organisation) award

the Immigrant Women’s Support Service

the community (individual) award (sponsored by ihr australia)

Nina Funnell.

the print media award (sponsored by vibe australia)

Chris Graham

for the Grass is Always Greener.., published in the National Indigenous Times.

highly commended certificate for the print media award

Stephen Lunn, from The Australian

for his National Disability Insurance Scheme series.

the literature (non-fiction) award (sponsored by the co-op bookshop)

John Host with Chris Owen

for It’s Still in My Heart, This is My Country.

highly commended certificate for the literature (non-fiction) award

Sandy Jeffs

for Flying with Paper Wings: Reflections on Living with Madness.

the radio award

ABC Radio National’s ‘360 documentaries’

for The Too Hard Basket.

highly commended certificate for the radio award

Lorena Allan and Mark Don

for No Ordinary Piece of Bush – The High Price of Coronation Hill, ABC Radio National’s ‘Hindsight.’

the television award (sponsored by avant card)

Dan Goldberg, Adam Kay, Thierry Bled, Scott Barnett and Lucas Sudbury

for Football United: Passport to Hope, North One Television Australia for Foxtel’s Bio.