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Results Global Health

Fellowship Program

The Global Health Fellowship is a 9-month learning and volunteering opportunity for emerging leaders and campaigners.


Our Global Health Fellowship is a 9-month program designed for advocates over 18 years of age to harness the power of their voice, sharpen their advocacy and organising skills, and take action with other dynamic leaders. Global Health Fellows learn how to work with the media, their communities, and policymakers to end global poverty.

The Global Health Fellowship is a transformational experience.


You will be part of a community of like-minded people from around the country and linked in with Results advocates from around the world. Over the 9 months you will attend an in-person Training Retreat, undertake set practical at-home learning activities, and work together with other Fellows and staff from Results to complete a cohort project. In working on your cohort project, you will be given opportunities to use the skills you learnt to undertake local consultations and contribute to the production of a report.

The Global Health Fellowship at a glance

  • 9-month learning and volunteering opportunity for emerging global health advocates

  • Through trainings and at-home learning activities, Fellows develop skills and knowledge in global health to influence members of Parliament, the media and community on the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis, vaccine equity and international development

  • Fellows use skills to contribute to cohort project, conduct consultations and produce a report


Applicants should:

  • Be at least 18 years of age

  • Be an Australian citizen and enrolled to vote (part of your role will be to develop a relationship with your local MP)

  • Have plans to live in Australia from May 2023-January 2024

  • Be able to commit around 8-10 hours a month (or 2-3 hours a week). Some months will be busier than others (Sept-Nov)

  • Have a demonstrated commitment to global health, human rights, social justice or international development.

The commitment

  • Attend the 5-day Fellows Training Retreat in Canberra from 19 to 23 May 2023
    (Results will cover the costs of Fellows to attend the in-person Fellow Training Retreat)

  • Complete Fellow learning activities from May to July

  • Attend the 1-day online Community Engagement Training and cohort project planning meeting in August

  • Coordinate local community consultations between September-November and submit consultation data

  • Contribute to the development, review and promotion of the cohort project report in December 2023 and January 2024

  • Remain in regular contact with the Community Organiser

We know our capacity to create change increases with diversity. We want to ensure everyone’s individuality can thrive because you’re at your best when you can be yourself. We encourage applicants with diverse genders, cultures, language groups, abilities and experiences. We also strongly encourage applicants from regional and remote communities to apply. If you would like any more information, please email our Community Organiser, Erin Wicking:

Click here to download the application pack.

Applications have now closed. We are in the process of reviewing applications, and we look forward to introducing our 2023 cohort of Fellows in early April.

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