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Other Resources


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Questions answered in this section

  1. Where can I learn more about the Government?

  2. Where can I learn more about advocacy?


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Government Resources

  1. The Parliamentary Education Office is the Federal Government's information page. It has factsheets, self-led classes, and videos to explain every part of how the government functions.

  2. List of current Federal Members of Parliament

  3. List of current Senators

  4. List of current federal ministers. This site has the name and contact info of every federal minister.

  5. Federal electorate look up. Use this site to find out which federal electorate you live in. Once you have your electorate name, you can search for it on the federal minister list and find the contact info for your member.

  6. List of current NSW Members of Parliament. This page has the name and contact info for all NSW MPs.

  7. NSW district lookup. This page let's you enter your postcode so you can find out which district you live in. Once you have your district name, you can search for it on the NSW MPs list and find the contact info for your member.

  8. List of current NSW ministers.

  9. Government resources on parliamentary process. This page has a list of Government endorsed sources for information on how government and parliament work


Advocacy Resources

  1. The Australian Library Advocacy book is full of useful planning and organising tools to get your advocacy mission complete.

  2. The Community tool box website has about 1 million tools for helping you make the world better. Check it out.

  3. If you're passionate about education and women's rights, the Plan International Advocacy Toolkit has heaps of interesting ideas on how to take action internationally.

  4. YOUTH ACTION! (that's us). Get in touch and talk to us, we can help you on your advocacy mission.