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 are a grassroots movement of passionate volunteers across Australia.
RESULTS volunteers receive training, support, and inspiration to become skilled advocates. Our team educates and guides volunteer advocates with in-depth research, legislative expertise and detailed training.
We are currently focusing on three areas of policy that impact global poverty: Global Health (with a focus on Tuberculosis, Vaccination and Nutrition), 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.
We are a grassroots organising that exists due to the passion of our volunteers.
There are plenty of ways to get involved in RESULTS. Volunteers get involved by writing letters to key politicians and meeting locals member of parliament. We provide all the training you need and lots of great resources to get you started.
Volunteers can also donate or help us raise funds to further our mission.
Budgets are confusing documents. To help you navigate news about the aid budget a little better, we created this simple Report Card with our asks and outcomes for the key issues we care about.
World leaders announce US$12.9 billion for the Global Fund in Montreal over the weekend
(Image courtesy of Global Polio Eradication Initiative) Media Release - Wednesday, November 20, 2019 AUSTRALIA A CONTRIBUTOR BUT NOT A LEADER ON POLIO ERADICATION Australia’s pledge of an additional $15 million for polio eradication activities at today’s pledging...
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Congratulations to Bruce Boyd of Bruce in the ACT and Christine Chen of Applecross in WA for their letters to the Editor of 'The Australian Financial Review' published on Friday August 23, 2019. They wrote in response to an opinion article by Doctor Fiona Kotvojs on...