Join us for an evening of data entry to help make every conversation count.
Australia’s policy of endless, hopeless detention is designed to break people. We torture them and they die in our camps so politicians like Peter Dutton can peddle the politics of fear and division. People who have done nothing more than flee for their lives.
Sadly, Dutton and the Liberals won’t change their minds on this horrendously cruel, punitive policy. But the Labor Party might, and they're likely to form the next government.
In December, Labor will meet for their national conference, where they'll decide whether to change their refugee policy.
We're campaigning hard to force the ALP to finally abandon their cruel position. We know that pressure from Greens can shift Labor's policy, especially in Melbourne's inner city where Labor feels most under threat from growing Greens support.
On Saturday July 28, volunteers will have powerful conversations with voters in the inner-city, asking them to join our campaign to force Labor to shift their position and finally deliver justice for refugees.
We know that one-on-one conversations are the most powerful way to engage voters and change policy, and we need volunteers like you to help us run a smarter, data-driven campaign.
You don't need any experience or training, just bring yourself, the ability to use a web browser, and a laptop if you have one.
Training and support will be provided throughout the night, along with snacks and music. You can also invite a friend to come along to double your impact!
296 Brunswick St
Fitzroy, Vic 3065
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