What we influencing policy through our collective voice
Our members use their collective voice to influence how policy is developed and how services are designed and delivered. They speak up in the interests of all refugees and asylum seekers living in the region.
Our members meet to discuss persisting and emerging challenges. They compare and share evidence from their communities and identify what is common and recurring. They prioritise issues for action and build recommendations for what would work better.
Then we identify opportunities for the collective voice to be heard. This includes speaking up at relevant platforms across the region, or contributing a response to a consultation call or to research, or getting involved in a campaign. And we invite decision makers to events and workshops to hear our voice.
Read more about how members use their Voice here