The Humanitarian Affairs Story
Humanitarian Affairs believes that a lasting peace is a sustainable
peace, which means respect for human rights, initiatives to the
reduction of poverty, and equal access to education and economic
opportunities for all.
The 2020 Peace Summit
Humanitarian Affairs Asia is hosting the 2nd Peace Summit of
Emerging Leaders at the United Nations Conference Centre Bangkok, Thailand from February 5 to 7, 2020. The conference will gather 500 young leaders from different parts of the world and give them an understanding and broader perspective on this vitally important subject. We want to empower young leaders to be a champion of peace.
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– Between the ages of 17 to 35 years old?
– Passionate about Peace, Social Change
and Humanitarian Affairs?
– Ready to network with Like-Minded
– Motivated to serve as an Humanitarian
Affairs Peace Ambassador?
For more information and to apply, contact:
Global Partnership Associate
New Colombo Plan Scholar, Australia
Humanitarian Affairs Asia
Since 1913 the UCSA has been recognising and awarding students who excel in their chosen sport.
In 2017, the UCSA in association with UC developed the traditional sports focused Blues event into an all-round awards night celebrating a broader scope of student success. The event now consists of Sports, Community Engagement and the Arts categories.
Receiving an award at our Blues ceremony is the highest honour we can present students who have excelled in these areas.
The categories for major awards are:
Sportsperson of the Year, Outstanding contribution to University Sport, Team of the Year, Coach of the Year, Outstanding Achievement in the Arts, Outstanding Achievement in Community Engagement, and Outstanding Contribution to Sustainability.
- Nominations must be made via the prescribed form via the UCSA website, with all sections completed
- Anyone may nominate a person for a Blue. Individuals are able to nominate themselves.
- Nominations must be made before or on the close of nominations date. Nominations made after such date will not be considered by the Blues committee.
Nominations for the Blues Awards close 5.00pm, Sunday 12 August.
Nominees announced 3 September. Updates on the awards will be posted on the UCSA’s Facebook page.
The Blues Awards are being held at the UCSA Event’s Centre, 29 September.
On Tuesday (26 September) Ilam School are holding their school Cultural Day and as part of this will hold a parade which finishes with a walk out the front gates of the school on Ilam Rd, a short walk along Kirkwood Ave and come in through the adjoining driveway between the school and Kirkwood Campus.
For this parade the children are strongly encouraged to dress up in clothing that reflects their heritage. This year they have 62 ethnicities taking part.
This year participants will return through the far University driveway (next to 24 Kirkwood Ave) and walk back through Kirkwood Campus along the main access walkway. This allows Kirkwood Intermediate to fully support us and it enables the school to share with the greater Ilam community and University of Canterbury where we have strong links. This walk is scheduled to commence at 10:00 a.m. and participants expect to be on campus at approximately 10:10 for about 10 minutes.