Every year STARTTS holds the Humanitarian Awards to acknowledge and thank those people who have made an exceptional positive contribution towards refugee issues in NSW. Indivduals and organisations in various fields who are doing outstanding work to support refugees are eligible for the Awards.
Over the years, the Humanitarian Awards have honoured community leaders, youth workers, lawyers, journalists, teachers and many more – each them making an incredible contribution to improving the lives of refugees.
Refugee community worker
Government and Legal
Rural and Regional
Best project (new in 2013!)
Anyone can be nominated for an Award, as long as their work with or for refugees is worthy of recognition and falls within one of the ten award categories. Nominees can be individuals, organisations or specific projects.
Anyone can nominate another individual, organisation or project for an Award. An individual may also nominate themselves.
Nominations for this year’s Awards must be received by Friday 17th May 2013.
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