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Election Campaign Kit

There are some key campaigning tactics that are tried and tested for making a real impact in your local community. This Campaign Kit, will help you get started on ensuring that healthy nature and a safe climate are at the forefront of your representatives' minds when they are setting their policies. If you have any questions or suggestions for tactics you’d like to see here, email [email protected] 

Door-knocking 

Door-knocking is a great way to connect with people in your local area, get an understanding of how they’re feeling, share experiences, and show them how to get involved. You can even make valuable friendships. Door-knocking makes a difference, and you can collect data from door-knocking to take to a candidate meeting or forum, or share with the rest of the community. 

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Market Stalls 

Having a market stall allows you to engage with members of the community that you might not otherwise have access to. It provides a chance to find out what issues they care about, educate them about local issues and to build relationships. This guide provides some tips on hosting a successful market stall, and some suggestions on how you can get creative with it! 

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Candidate Forum  

A candidate forum is a public event where candidates running for parliament are invited to express their positions and policies on issues. Whether for a local, state, or federal election, a candidate event is a great way to engage your community around an upcoming election, to build support for nature and climate issues, and to learn more about the candidates running to represent you. 

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MP Meeting Guide 

This guide contains all the information you need to have a great meeting with your representative. Meeting with your MP allows you to have your concerns heard, build a relationship and hold them accountable to taking action. 

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How to run an action group 

Running a local action group is a productive way to build a community of environmental champions, and to share the load of ensuring a healthy nature and a safe climate! This resource contains some important things to think about when establishing an action group. If you would like to join an existing NCC Member group, you can find our Member Group directory here.

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If you have a local action group and are interested in becoming an NCC Member, you can find more information here. If you have any questions or feedback about the Campaign Kit, you can reach us at [email protected]