International philanthropy supports Australian giving International philanthropy to Australia boosts the impact of domestic giving in alleviating hardship, gives voice to those who may otherwise be ignored, and contributes to a brighter future for many Australians. This is a time in which we should be working together to maximise international philanthropy in Australia, not restrict or ban it.
The last four months of our campaigning at RESULTS have focussed on advocating for the Australian Government to join in the global effort to tackle famine and cholera outbreaks in Yemen and East Africa.
Grassroots Engagement Manager Gina Olivieri shares what she has learned from four years at RESULTS in her farewell post featuring…Disney songs.
Our August 2017 action is to meet our parliamentarians to urge a further $33 million contribution of Australian aid for famine relief.
RESULTS Australia staff members joined our colleagues from around the world at the RESULTS International Conference in Washington DC from July 22-25.
So together we built a campaign. We decided to combine the need to raise public awareness and influence parliamentarians to ‘step up to the plate’ on the famine.
Join the July 30 RESULTS Action Call featuring guest speaker Paul O’Callaghan from Caritas speaking about the famine crisis.
Our July 2017 action is to write to Senators and support the advocacy of our Study Tour Delegates in urging further Australian aid for famine relief.
Despite being the world’s leading infectious killer TB has not been on the agenda of world leaders to date… this may all change thanks to RESULTS and our ACTION partners advocacy which resulted in TB’s inclusion in the G20 leaders statement.