Advocating for your community

Wednesday 6 February, 10.00am AEST

2019 will no doubt be an interesting one in politics and one we want to help you capitalise on!

A key role of government in Australia is to advocate on behalf of their residents for the improvement of services, infrastructure and amenity especially when these resources are the responsibility of the State and Federal Governments or other third-parties.

Hear from from Sid Wynen, Team Leader Engagement, Advocacy and Stakeholder Relations at the City of Casey and Dinuki Scharenguivel, Engagement Manager at Bang the Table, on how the City of Casey conducted its biggest and most successful advocacy campaign, securing $1 billion dollars in the lead up to the November 2018 Victoria State Election.

In this webinar you will learn how to build a strategic approach to developing an advocacy campaign, ways to bring your community to the centre of prioritising issues, strategies for executing a methods based approach to defining priorities, tips to consider when designing a campaign and ways to measure and evaluate your campaigns.

This session is highly recommended for advocacy officers, community engagement practitioners and communications professionals.

1 thought on “Advocating for your community

  1. Hi Cheryl
    It’s a webinar, the location is on your computer online.

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    Kiama Municipal Council
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    PO Box 75, Kiama NSW 2533

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