Jewish activist calls for compassion in Auburn

January 28, 2010 Agencies
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Danielle Lauren, an Australian Ambassador for the Charter for Compassion, appealed to residents in the Sydney suburb of Auburn and surrounding areas to spread compassion on Australia Day by signing the Charter.

Danielle Lauren address the audience

Lauren made the call to action in a speech at the Australia Day celebrations at Olympic Park. An information stall was also set up to provide the large crowd with details on the Charter.

The 27 year old Sydney-based Jewish social activist and filmmaker, recently launched a campaign to get 100,000 handwritten signatures in Australia to support the Charter.

The Charter supports the golden rule – “To treat others like you would wish to be treated.”

Danielle said, “It was so uplifting to see hundreds of Australians from such diverse backgrounds enthusiastically signing the Charter at Olympic Park.”

“I was thrilled to take our campaign of compassion on Australia Day right into the heart of Multicultural Australia.”

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