Voices for Justice 2014 - Follow Up
Voices for Justice 2014 brought together 220 Christians from all states and over 70 electorates across Australia, ranging in ages from high school students to retirees. Over two days in Parliament House we met with over 100 MPs and Senators from all sides of politics in a bid to shine the light on tax dodging and corruption which is harming the global poor.
- Watch the video summary above.
- Download the Voices for Justice 2014 Report here.
Important Information for Participants
Politician Visit Feedback form
If you have had an MP meeting at Voices for Justice, please click here to fill out the form.
Also, please send us any additional handwritten notes you made from your meeting.
Voices for Justice Evaluation Form
Please click here to fill out a Voices for Justice Evaluation form.
Politician Meeting Resources
Shine the Light MP Briefing Sheet - Download here.
Politician Speech Notes on Tax Dodging - Download here.
Tax Justice Network Report 2012 - 'Tax Us If You Can' - Download here
Micah Challenge Statement on Australian Aid - Download here.
To view speeches made by Parliamentarians on our 'Shine the Light' campaign, click here.
Contacting your Local Media
Click here for more information, including a 'how to' guide and template media release.
Photos from Voices for Justice
if you'd like to download a selection of photos from Voices for Justice, click here.
Social Media Posts
If you'd like to see a summary of social media engagement over Facebook, Twitter and Instagram at Voices for Justice, you can check out our 'storify' summary here.
You can see read daily blogs written during the four days in Canberra by Qld participant Benton Wecker here.
ABC Radio Interview
On Sunday night 29th June, Micah Challenge representatives joined John Cleary (ABC Sunday Nights) in a one-hour discussion on multinational tax dodging and its impact on developing nations. The interview was broadcasted across Australia on local radio and Radio Australia. You can listen to it here.
“God loves and defends those with the least economic and social power,
and so should we. That is what it means to ‘do justice'."
- Tim Keller