Mobinah Ahmad was appointed as an Ambassador for Peace by the Universal Peace Foundation on Monday 4 December at the Living for Others Awards night at Oceania Peace Embassy in Sydney.
“The Universal Peace Foundation is very grateful for the outstanding work you do in your community and beyond. Becoming an Ambassador for Peace is being part of a world wide network of individuals from all walks of life who work for the cause of peace. You are actually already doing that,” said Mrs Catrine Van Dinklage, UPF Events Coordinator.
The event was attended by more than 80 people who enjoyed the pleasant evening where the theme was “Living for Others” with four speakers who after receiving their award, spoke on the reasons why they live for others.
- Sharon Minniecon (distinguished Aboriginal community worker)
- Hassan Moussa (employment mentor and charity worker)
- Sameer Qasim (engaged in humanitarian activity as the producer of National Iraqi TV based in Sydney)
- Suzanne Spence (advocate and activist against human trafficking, modern day slavery and sexploitation of young women and children).
Following an introduction by the MC Jynene Helland, the program included an Acknowledgement to People and Country and Prayer by Pearl Wymarra, impressive entertainment from the Australian Violin Academy Ensemble, a UPF introductory video, welcome and message by Greg Stone, Chairman of UPF Oceania followed by the awards presentation.
“Living for Others Awards” continues as a hallmark event of Universal Peace Federation Australia.