Advocacy

Interlinked crises (including climate change, militarism, the energy crisis, the food crisis, and the global financial crisis) confront human and ecological well-being, and are deeply rooted in our social, political, and economic systems. At 15th Assembly the Uniting Church reaffirmed its commitment to act and advocate on climate change and particularly to listen to the voices of vulnerable people who experience climate change first hand.

The Advocacy task group consists of communications professionals, activists, congregation members, and members of church agencies. They work across the church 

Our key climate advocacy campaign in 2020 is to ask our congregations across NSW/ACT to encourage their local council to sign up to the Climate Council’s Cities Power Partnership, or deepen their commitments and action as part of the program. For more information please see here. 

Or find some Steps to Success here.

To join our Advocacy Task Group and help us with this campaign, please email us.