Activist Consultation - Sustainable Operating Models

You are invited to a consultation on designing a sustainable operating model for Amnesty International Australia

Over coming months AI Australia will be developing and putting in place a new operating model to become a sustainable, unstoppable movement delivering high impact beyond 2020. We are looking for your input and ideas to help shape our next steps.

At the Board meeting in September 2018, the Board discussed the challenges that AIA is facing in 2019 and 2020. To meet these challenges, the Board has started a project to look at how we build our impact 2019 and beyond.

As a grassroots organisation with a strong organising model, Amnesty International depends on the engagement of committed activists as essential to the movement’s success.

We will be holding a series of consultations to make sure that our most engaged activists are aware of the challenges facing Amnesty in Australia and the steps that the Board and management are taking to respond.

Your opinion is important to the future of our movement. We want your views on some of the key issues we are grappling with, particularly how we meet our commitment to greater grassroots engagement, and how to increase activist participation in fundraising.

Please take the time to complete this short survey to help us understand the opportunities and challenges of these key issues. The survey will be open until midnight EDST Thursday 15 November 2018.

This week we will be holding two consultation sessions for activists to discuss these issues, on the evenings of Wednesday 7 and Thursday 8 November. Group Convenors, network leaders and members of the Activism and Membership Committee (AMC), Grassroots Working Group (GWG) and Youth Advisory Group (YAG) have been invited.

Wednesday 7th November at 6pm AEDT Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

and Thursday 8th November at 8pm AEDT Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android:

You can find out more about the sustainable operating model project by visiting the activist consultation site.

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