Monday 18 November
9.30am – 3pm
In the Sydney Jewish Museum’s exhibition on human rights, the power of leaders to create thriving communities and lasting change comes to the fore. With this is mind, the Museum’s educators have designed an Ethical Leadership Day to bring together incoming senior school student leaders from around NSW to discuss and think about the leaders they can become.
At this valuable full day session, 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 also include an address from Mr Chin Tan, Race Discrimination Commissioner for the Australian Human Rights Commission, an interactive workshop with clinical psychologist Kim Slender, and lightning talks presented by Adam McCurdie (Humanitix), Genevieve Clay-Smith (Taste Creative), Fraser Orford (TEDxSydney) and Rev Dr Stephanie Dowrick.
This day is one of two days in November on offer. An alternate day for your students to attend is Monday 19 November, where the keynote address will be given by Professor Rosalind Croucher, President of the Australian Human Rights Commission. For more details, click here.
To book your students into this day fill out the form below. For any enquiries, please contact the Education Department on 9360 7999.