Edwin Cameron (He/Him)

Edwin Cameron

Edwin Cameron retired as a Judge in 八月 2019, after 25 years’ service, the last eleven in South Africa’s highest court, the Constitutional Court.  He previously served in the Supreme Court of Appeal for eight years, and the High Court for six.  Educated at Pretoria Boys’ High, Stellenbosch and as a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford, he was a human rights lawyer during apartheid.  He has fought for LGBTI equality, including the historic inclusion of sexual orientation in the SA Constitution.  Living with HIV, he fiercely criticised President Mbeki’s AIDS denialist policies and fought for access to medications.  His prize-winning memoirs, Witness to AIDS (2005) and Justice: A Personal Account (2014), have appeared in German, Korean and Chinese.  He holds many honours and is involved in many charitable and public causes.  After retiring as a judge, he was elected Chancellor of Stellenbosch University and appointed Judicial Inspector of Correctional Services.

对国家的确认

悉尼世界游行将在Gadigal, Cammeraygal, Bidjigal, Darug, Dharawal人的土地上进行,他们是悉尼盆地的传统监护人。

我们向他们过去和现在的长老表示敬意。始终是原住民的土地,也将是原住民的土地。

原住民和托雷斯海峡岛民来自澳大利亚的许多不同部族和社区,在2023年将作为一个整体聚集在一起,与我们的全球LGBTQIA+社区一起庆祝。