ESSA Advocacy Introductory Engagement Session Recording
By the end of this engagement session will be able to:
Explain what advocacy is and what it attempts to achieve
Outline the ESSA Advocacy Framework, including 5 pillars for action
Recognise what is involved in escalating advocacy efforts and the associated risks
Identify how you can actively get involved in ESSA's advocacy campaigns.
Advocacy on a Workers Compensation issue in NSW is used as an example in the session.
This is a newly updated session (August 2022) in replacement of the original recording of the ESSA Advocacy Introductory Engagement Session presented on 16 June 2021.
Presented by Mrs Judy Powell, ESSA Senior Policy and Advocacy Advisor.
Rates per person
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