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NCOSS are launching  Election Advocacy Toolkit for 2023 NSW Policy Platform, called Working Together for a Fairer NSW

 There will be an Online discussion about the toolkit on Friday December 9, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

 Register here.

The NSW state election on 25 March 2023 is a real opportunity to work towards a New South Wales where everyone can access the basics, the resources and the supports we all need in order to lead a decent life.

Through consultations and a targeted, comprehensive research agenda, NCOSS has developed a policy platform called ‘Working Together for a Fairer NSW’.

The policy platform sets out how the next NSW Parliament and the social service sector can work together to achieve a fairer NSW.

Join us for a highly useful and timely discussion.

In this hour-long online session, you will learn more about NCOSS’ 2023 NSW election advocacy toolkit, and how to use it in order to optimise your advocacy efforts.

You will hear practical tips from ‘subject matter experts’ on how to best advocate for your ‘asks’ with key decision makers.

Guest speaker

Nick Trainor – Director, Australian Public Affairs

Nick is an experienced campaigner with the Australian Labor Party – which he combines with his public affairs expertise to drive social policy reform.

Nick has worked with the ALP on the last three Federal election campaigns including the successful 2022 victory.

He applies his background in media and politics to areas of social policy debate and reform – bringing communities and governments closer together around the facts and reasons for change. Read more about Nick here.

Note: More guest speakers to be announced, please watch this space. 

Who should attend

  • Small to medium-sized organisations across the NSW social service sector
  • Community and sector advocates

Register HERE.  

Attendance is free, but RSVP is required. You will receive an online meeting link shortly after registering.

Heads up: NCOSS election advocacy toolkit

The toolkit will be uploaded and available to view on NCOSS website from Friday November 25.

Queries to: [email protected]