Logan is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia. To make sure the lifestyle our residents and visitors enjoy continues, Council is working with the community to ensure that Logan receives a fair share of the taxes you pay. We need our fair share of funding to make sure that the roads that you travel to work on are safe and congestion free. We need to know that our growing communities will have access to public transport. And we want to make sure that future community centres, health and education delivery meet the needs of our residents and visitors with innovative models of delivery.
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Advocacy is the act of seeking public or community support for an issue in order to create change. This change might be a change in policy, process, legislation or even a change to funding models. When people come together to make their voices heard, especially by Government, this is advocacy.
Councils across Australia are harnessing the power of advocacy to make sure State and Federal governments are aware of what is important to their voters.
Councils are ideally placed to undertake advocacy activities as they have a strong connection to their communities.
Advocacy can take many different forms including one-on-one meetings with State and Federal Government Members and Ministers, regional collaboration with surrounding Councils, and campaigns during election and annual budget cycles.
By staying informed, and following and sharing information from the Fair Share 4 Logan social media platforms, you can help keep Logan’s needs front of mind for major decision-makers in the Australian and Queensland Governments.
Simply follow us on Facebook or Twitter (@fairshare4Logan), join the discussion, share news, and help us keep our city’s infrastructure needs in the spotlight.