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If you’ve ever helped organise a school BBQ or Mother’s Day Stall, you’ve got all the skills you need to organise a game-changing climate action event!

Community building, connecting and inspiring each other to take greater action on climate is not only a fun and cool thing to do, it's a meaningful use of your time to help ensure a brighter future for your kids! #StrongerTogether

Organise

If you’ve ever helped organise a school BBQ or Mother’s Day Stall, you’ve got all the skills you need to organise a game-changing climate action event!

Community building, connecting and inspiring each other to take greater action on climate is not only a fun and cool thing to do, it's a meaningful use of your time to help ensure a brighter future for your kids! #StrongerTogether

  1. Our parent supporters have found great success in having “play-ins’ outside MP’s offices, and even in Parliament House itself! Because what's more disarming than a bunch of parents and kids on a picnic rug, asking firmly but nicely for more climate action? 
  2. Broadcast it live via our main Facebook page - we will set you up, and provide tips and tricks! Email [email protected]
  3. Develop a press release and contact your local media networks ahead of time. Here’s our guide for getting media coverage; and key messages for spokespeople.

Read this inspiring story here of how the Darwin Local Group got leverage from regular play-ins!

A candidate forum is a great way to engage your community around an upcoming election, to build support for the issues that matter, and to learn more about the candidates running to represent you.

It is a public event where candidates running for office are invited to express their positions and listen to your community about climate action. This can be done online via a Zoom meeting, or in real life at a local town hall or club. CLICK HERE to access ‘How To Organise A Forum’.

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  1. Our parent supporters have found great success in having “play-ins’ outside MP’s offices, and even in Parliament House itself! Because what's more disarming than a bunch of parents and kids on a picnic rug, asking firmly but nicely for more climate action? 
  2. Broadcast it live via our main Facebook page - we will set you up, and provide tips and tricks! Email [email protected]
  3. Develop a press release and contact your local media networks ahead of time. Here’s our guide for getting media coverage; and key messages for spokespeople.

Read this inspiring story here of how the Darwin Local Group got leverage from regular play-ins!

A candidate forum is a great way to engage your community around an upcoming election, to build support for the issues that matter, and to learn more about the candidates running to represent you.

It is a public event where candidates running for office are invited to express their positions and listen to your community about climate action. This can be done online via a Zoom meeting, or in real life at a local town hall or club. CLICK HERE to access ‘How To Organise A Forum’.

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