With a federal election looming, media, communications and campaign professionals can play an important role in disseminating information and getting policy issues at the forefront of public and political discourse.
You are invited to join an open discussion to share ideas with fellow community sector media,
communications and campaign professionals, Wednesday 27 March 9am â€“ 12noon
Election year campaigning: how can our voice be heard?
What are the important social issues we want at the heart of this year’s federal election?
How can we ensure they are front and centre of election debates?
How do we campaign in an election year?
How do we get our voices heard?
What communications strategies can we implement?
What tools are available to deliver our messages?
And how can we engage people at the grass roots level to be involved in the process and have their voices heard?
Chris Twomey | Director, Social Policy | WACOSS
Noriko Wynn | Policy & Communications Officer | Conservation Council of SA
Ben Teoh | Content & Community Coordinator | Connecting Up
Fernando de Freitas | Media & Communications Coordinator | ACOSS
Marnie Round | Communications Officer | SACOSS
The forum is free, however numbers are limited
RSVP ASAP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place!
Uniting Communities (Way Hall room)
Level 1, 10 Pitt St, Adelaide (off Grote St)
Supported by Uniting Communities
ACOSS â€“ Australian Council of Social Service (Fernando de Freitas)
SACOSS â€“ South Australian Council of Social Service (Marnie Round)