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Parent Spokes Online Training

Introduction to Spokes Training

Posted by · 28 Oct 2021
Welcome to Australian Parents for Climate Action's spokesperson training! We have created this resource because parents’ voices are powerful, as we have a moral responsibility to protect our children. Right now in...
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Why is AP4CA non-partisan?

Posted by · 28 Oct 2021
The second step to becoming a spokesperson for Australian Parents for Climate Action is understanding why Australian Parents for Climate Action is non-partisan. AP4CA is proudly non-partisan. And we need to make that...
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Great Climate Conversations Guide

Posted by · 28 Oct 2021
The next step to becoming a spokesperson for Australian Parents for Climate Action is normalising having great climate conversations. This will help you practice your story - and it will help your...
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Spokesperson Agreement

Posted by · 28 Oct 2021
The next step to becoming a spokesperson for Australian Parents for Climate Action is signing our Volunteer Agreement. This agreement sets out what support you will be provided with, along with what...
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Change The Story

Posted by · 28 Oct 2021
The next step to becoming a spokesperson for Australian Parents for Climate Action is understanding why we need to change the story we tell about climate action. Stories are how we learn...
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Narrative Training

Posted by · 28 Oct 2021
The next step to becoming a spokesperson for Australian Parents for Climate Action is creating your own strong narrative story. Why parents make great spokespeople As parents, we have a moral responsibility...
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Australian Parents for Climate Action meet and work on the lands of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and respect that sovereignty of those lands was never ceded. We pay respect to Elders, past and present and emerging, and acknowledge the pivotal role that Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people continue to play within the Australian community.