Posted: Tue Feb 17, 2009 1:43 pm Post subject: Animal Activist Guide - Submissions Wanted
Former Democrat senator, Andrew Bartlett, is compiling a guide aimed at providing animal advocates with a wide range of information, examples and ideas on how to more successfully influence political change for the benefit of animals.
As part of that project he is seeking people to provide him with short vignettes briefly describing lessons they have learnt (either positive or negative) from their experiences advocating and campaigning for animals.
This could range from providing a few general tips on dos and don'ts, to describing things learnt from a specific campaign or action.
These vignettes will either be attributed to the author, or reproduced anonymously, as requested.
If you, or someone else you may know or have worked, with has a story to share he would be interested to hear.
Contributions should be no more than 250 words long.
You might like to start by asking yourself, "Is there something I have learnt about using political and other processes to help animals that I think would be useful knowledge for others?"
If you need to post material, it can be sent to Andrew Bartlett, PO Box 148, Wilston Qld 4051.
Submissions are needed by March 20, 2009.
Please contact Andrew if you have any queries or other suggestions, and feel free to pass this on to anyone you think may be interested.
There is a huge number of people around Australia who have campaigned for better treatment of animals over many years. Many different approaches and tactics are used with varying degrees of success, and Andrew is keen to try to draw as wide a range of views as possible.
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