Lead Advocacy Group.
Lead Advocacy Groups are organised at a State/Territory level and consist of a group coordinator and group members. Our group members come from all walks of life and bring unique skill sets in amplifying our voice and building a strong and sustainable grassroots movement to end global poverty.
Together, they lead campaign actions of engaging with relevant and strategic MPs and Senators in their own State/Territory. They also organise various opportunities to engage with the media and their community to raise awareness about ending global poverty.
If you’re interested in being connected with our groups, please contact us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In early 2020, we advocated for children everywhere to have access to live-saving vaccines such as human papillomavirus (HPV) and polio. Our advocacy ensured that Australia continued to invest in Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance – the public-private partnership which provides vaccines to the world’s poorest countries at a much lower price through market-shaping. Gavi plans to save a further 7-8 million children and redirect some of these funds to responding to COVID-19.
Currently, we are advocating to protect the world’s most vulnerable from the impact of COVID-19 and continue our investment in infectious diseases like tuberculosis.
Learn more about our campaigns today.
We are recruiting!
Group Member: Lead Advocacy Group Members lead action on global justice issues during critical moments. You will work with other volunteer advocates to drive campaign actions in communities, engage decision-makers, raise awareness of important issues on global poverty, and execute creative tactics to build political and public will to end global poverty.
For more info, read the Role Description here.