"The Age of Global Citizenship" Print Page
Five fig trees were planted in 1992 to commemorate the visit by the Japan Junior Chamber Inc and Japanese children to Sydney to promote the Age of Global Citizenship.
Global citizenship aims to empower pupils to lead their own action. Along with the knowledge and values that they have gained from learning about global issues, pupils need to be equipped with the necessary skills to give them the ability and confidence to be pro-active in making a positive difference in the world.
|Address:||Upper Fort Street, Observatory Hill Park , Millers Point, 2000|
|GPS Coordinates:||Lat: -33.859381|
Note: GPS Coordinates are approximate.
|Actual Monument Dedication Date:||Friday 7th August, 1992|
Five Australian Fig Trees were planted on the 7th August, 1992 to commemorate the visit by Japan Junior Chamber Inc, and Japanese Children to Sydney to promote the Junior Chamber International Major Emphasis Theme
"The Age of Global Citizenship"
L.P.CARTER OBE H.YAMAMOTO HENRY TSANG
TOWN CLERK VICE PRESIDENT DEPUTY LORD MAYOR
Japan Junior Chamber Inc.