Sponsorship

2018 Human Rights Awards Sponsors

 

Major Sponsor and Sponsor of the Human Rights Medal

LexisNexis logo

Our core belief, central premise and purpose is to uphold the Rule of Law which fundamentally states that no one is above the law.

We provide legal content and technology solutions to the legal profession, LexisNexis supports the Rule of Law and ensures that the administration of justice is maintained.

The Rule of Law is the unifying purpose behind our work to serve customers and their communities. By upholding the Rule of Law, we support our government and ensure its officials and agents are accountable under the law.

We ensure laws are clear, publicised, stable and fair and are an indispensable partner to legal and other professionals to ensure they have authoritative, accurate and comprehensive information. We at LexisNexis are committed to promoting the Rule of Law in a variety of ways, including by offering direct financial support and legal and technical advice to organisations that combat human trafficking and support victims of human trafficking. We pride ourselves at LexisNexis Australia at being the next generation Rule of Law.

www.lexisnexis.com.au/

 

Sponsor of the Government Award

Australian Government logo

The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade works internationally to deliver Australia’s commitment to  advancing human rights globally. Building human rights into the fabric of society makes us safer, more prosperous and more secure. Australia’s commitment to human rights reflects our national values and is an underlying principle of Australia’s engagement with the international community.

www.dfat.gov.au/humanrights

 

Sponsor of the Community Organisation Award

NSW Bar Association logo

The New South Wales Bar Association is a professional association for practising barristers and associate members, such as clerks and judges. Our primary aims include ensuring that the benefits of justice are available to all members of the community, promoting collegiality and mutual assistance among our members, as well as promoting, maintaining and improving the standards of local practising barristers.

https://www.nswbar.asn.au/

 

Sponsor of the 'Racism. It Stops With Me.' Award

Delegation of the EU to Australia

The European Union is based on a strong commitment to promoting and protecting human rights, democracy and the rule of law worldwide. Human rights are at the very heart of the EU’s institutions and policies and its relations with countries and regions. Defending and promoting human rights is an imperative which helps to prevent and resolve violent conflicts and alleviate poverty.

www.eeas.europa.eu/australia

 

General Sponsors

Blueberry Events logo

Blueberry Events is an independent specialist event design consultancy & theming company providing a complete event management service Australia wide. www.blueberryevents.com.au

 

Trophy Land

Trophy Land are dedicated and experienced graphic engraving professionals. We have a genuine commitment in providing personalised service and advice to satisfy all your trophy, corporate or promotional requirements. www.trophyland.com.au

 


Sponsorship Opportunities

The Human Rights Awards recognises and celebrates the extraordinary contribution of individuals, organisations and businesses to the field of human rights.

Each year we aim to bring together over 500 guests to celebrate our human rights achievements. The Awards are widely recognised and receive significant media coverage and social media engagement.

There are nine sponsorship opportunities available:

  • Major Sponsor and Sponsor of the Human Rights Medal
  • Young People’s Human Rights Medal
  • Law Award
  • Business Award
  • Government Award
  • Tony Fitzgerald Memorial Community Individual Award
  • Community Organisation Award
  • Media Award
  • Racism. It Stops With Me Award

Download the PDF icon HRA 2018 Sponsorship Prospectus.pdf

If you are interested in supporting the 2018 Human Rights Awards, please contact the Human Rights Award Team at hrawards@humanrights.gov.au or (02) 9284 9600.