Raise Your Voice to End Poverty

Influence the policies that impact your life and the lives of millions of people around the world.

Raise Your Voice to End Poverty

Influence the policies that impact your life and the lives of millions of people around the world.

Join Us Today

Join a community of like-minded people and use your voice to help end global poverty.

We are RESULTS.

RESULTS is a movement of passionate, committed everyday people who use their voices to influence political decisions that will bring an end to poverty.

We believe that no matter where people are born, everyone should have equal opportunites to fulfil their potential in life.

This means having access to fundamental healthcare, access to quality education, and access to fair economic participation.

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The Right to Health – lessons for COVID-19 from the history of HIV.

This report looks back on ongoing pandemics – particularly HIV, but also TB – to see what we can learn from them in relation to the Right to Health, and about access to life-saving medications that could be used in ensuring such access globally for drugs and vaccines to treat and prevent COVID-19. Examining the successes and struggles faced by governments and advocates in facilitating access to treatments for other epidemic diseases offer us valuable sight for the road ahead to ensure that COVID-19 Treatment (when it is available) is accessible and affordable for all individuals, irrespective of their socio-economic status and geographic location.

This report was prepared by MinterEllison and RESULTS International (Australia) and launched at an Essential Media ‘Australia at Home’ event on 3 December 2020, ‘Shifting the Needle: Protecting Australia by Vaccinating our Region’.

Our campaigns.

We are currently focusing on three areas of policy that impact global poverty: Global Health, Education, and Economic Opportunity.

In 2016, we formed the Tuberculosis Caucus, which brings together Members of the House of Representatives and Senators with an interest in the issue of tuberculosis (TB) to discuss how Australia can best secure support and expertise to contribute to the global effort to eradicate the disease.

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Get involved.

At the heart of RESULTS are our grassroots advocates.

They come from all walks of life and bring unique skill sets to amplify our voice and build a strong and sustainable grassroots movement to end global poverty.

Find out more and see how you can be involved in ending global poverty today.

Jeremy Oliveri, Hobart Volunteer, RESULTS Australia, World TB Day

RESULTS Leadership Awards 2020

RESULTS Australia Leadership Annual Awards celebrate and acknowledge the hard work and commitment of parliamentarians, volunteers, journalists, not for profit and corporate partners who support the vital campaigning and advocacy work of RESULTS Australia. They are a means of recognising high performing supporters and showing our appreciation of their input.

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Latest news

“Just 25 doses have been given in one lowest income country - not 25 million, not 25,000 - just 25. I need to be blunt: The world is on the brink of a catastrophic moral failure".

No one's safe until everyone is safe.

@dfat @MarisePayne @ZedSeselja

https://www.theage.com.au/world/europe/a-catastrophic-moral-failure-who-chief-condemns-vaccine-rollout-20210119-p56v3i.html

"#Tuberculosis is a global threat and a public health concern on a scale similar to #COVID19. The development of a new and effective TB vaccine is crucial if TB is to be significantly reduced, let alone eradicated." Read more: https://bit.ly/3qpxUyY #EndTB #FightCOVID

"If you had a sea lion that was actually positive, it's like any respiratory disease — which we know a lot more about after COVID — they have to cough on you and the aerosols in that cough would have to get into your respiratory system" @eugeneboisvert https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-01-14/warning-about-tuberculosis-from-sea-lions/13056730?utm_source=abc_news_web&utm_medium=content_shared&utm_content=twitter&utm_campaign=abc_news_web

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