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Become a parent spokesperson

Become a parent spokesperson

Act now for the Greater Good for climate

Click here to book your spot now!

Tuesday 26th October, 7.00 - 9.00 pm AEDT

In the lead-up to the next federal election, we urgently need to raise up parents’ voices to create the political will to act on climate.

Our media spokesperson training will lead you through our "Change the Story" messaging workshop; plus you will be empowered by learning

- The golden rules for communicating on climate

- How to develop your own voice/develop strong key messages and supporting facts

- How the media operates/how you can best operate in the media

- How to nail an interview

- Practical How-Tos - from Media Releases to Op-Eds, to pitches to letters to the editor

In the last 12 months, Australian Parents for Climate Action have empowered scores of parents to become national climate spokespersons, through getting opinion and profile pieces published, journalistic interviews, local news features, and even a regular monthly newspaper column. Now we are offering you the opportunity to become a spokesperson for climate action too.


"Support from Australian Parents for Climate Action has been amazing to give me the confidence to speak about protecting my children's future" - Deanna Hayes, Sydney

"Whilst I've felt a bit apprehensive to speak up I have been willing to because I know it's for my kids. I've had a lot of encouragement from Heidi and Nic (AP4CA staff) and never felt pressured to do more than I was capable of. It's felt energising to speak up" - Louise Sheperd, Sydney

"Having a family-friendly and apolitical brand like Ap4CA to represent in the media has given me something I can be confident and proud to speak for, even in a regional community" - Yolanda Dasgupta, Sunshine Coast

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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.