• Ethical Leadership Day
  • Ethical Leadership Day

Ethical Leadership Day

Key information
Cost Free Date Wednesday 23 November, 10am - 2:30pm The program includes An address from special guest Sam Koslowsi
Interactive workshops
Lightning talks from leaders in various fields
About the program:

During this valuable full-day session at the Museum, students will engage in debates and workshops on ethical leadership. They will leave with a clear vision of the importance of ethical leadership and a skill set they can put into practice in their own leadership positions. The day will include an address from Sam Koslowsi, co-founder of The Daily Aus, Australia’s leading social-first news organisation with an audience of over 360,000. Students will also engage in interactive workshops and lightning talks presented by leaders from various fields. This program is for school captains, prefects, house captains and other senior school leaders. It is centred around the Museum’s permanent exhibition The Holocaust and Human Rights.

Sam Koslowsi is the co-founder of The Daily Aus, alongside Zara Seidler. Before being a full-time founder, he was a corporate lawyer at one of Australia’s top firms. He has worked in social media innovation, as a refugee advocate, and is a Movember Community Ambassador. Based in Sydney, Sam has interviewed key political and business leaders, appears on ABC podcasts, and regularly provides insights and comments for Nine Newspapers

Space is strictly limited. To book, please email the Education Department, [email protected].

For any enquiries, email [email protected] or call 9360 7999.

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Plan your visit

On the day

  • Please arrive 15 minutes before your program start time and assemble students across the road from the museum in Green Park.
  • Please send a member of staff to the main museum entrance to let us know you have arrived and our education team will come to greet you.
  • Students will enter via the main museum entrance on Darlinghurst Road.
  • Note that the museum has a substantial security presence. Your group may be asked to consent to a bag search.

What to bring

  • Due to limited locker space, we request that students do not bring large backpacks.
  • If the students plan to eat before or after their visit, please ask them to bring very small bags so that we can put several bags in each locker.


  • We strive to make our programs accessible and inclusive to students of all needs and abilities. Please advise us if you have any additional needs for your visit.

Content advice

  • Note that the content covered at the museum may be distressing to some students.
  • We recommend bringing your school councillor and/or members of your pastoral care team to the visit.


  • An invoice will be sent after your visit, unless organised otherwise.

Confirmation of numbers

  • All bookings must confirm any changes to student numbers 7 days prior to the visit in writing, or original booking numbers will be charged in full.

Cancellations and booking changes

  • Changes and cancellations including dates, times and student numbers must be made in writing.
  • Each booking is permitted two changes at no cost. Each additional change over and above these two changes will incur a $30 administration fee.
  • Cancellations made within 7 working days of the scheduled booking will be charged in full.

COVID-19 Policy

Please click here for our schools COVID-19 policy

Risk assessment

Please click here for our risk assessment.

Pre and post visit lesson plans

Our Educators have created activities and resources for teachers to use to engage students before and after their visit to the Museum.

Click here to download the pre and post visit lesson plans.

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