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.
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.
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.
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.
Big congratulations to Mark Rice for his letter to the editor published in the Australian Financial Review this week! In response to the recent Gordon Cairns article about how looking beyond our shores in attempting to #EndCOVIDForAll both supports our regions...
Congratulations to Maree Nutt for getting published in the Australian Financial Review! Have a read below, or view the online article here.
Australian parliamentarians, their staff and RESULTS Australia members learned more about the way in which COVID-19 is setting back action to reduce the toll of TB, and what action we can take in response, at a webinar the Australian TB Caucus in partnership with...
COVID-19 has redefined how we look at “global health” which, given that we have experienced it both locally and globally, now feels more personal. Today, I want to share why I think tuberculosis (TB) deserves equal attention and my hope for a future where...