Griffith University was pleased to welcome Judge Navi Pillay to this year’s Integrity 20 on 25 and 26 October. Judge is the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, a position she held for six years. Judge Pillay shared her insights on the future of human rights and the rule of law to guests, including law students, writers, academics, journalists, philosophers, musicians and agitators for change at the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre. Former President Nelson Mandela made Judge Pillay South Africa’s first black woman and first attorney to serve at the High Court of South Africa. Her address was one of the highlights at this year’s Integrity 20 two-day event, which shines the spotlight on some of the world’s greatest challenges.
Readers also enjoyed our socials from CEX Charity Art Auction.