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Our voices are stronger together. Join us in speaking up against injustice and oppression.

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We live in a broken world… a world in which injustice stands opposed to God’s heart for His creation.

In the face of such brokenness it’s easy to feel helpless. After all, what can one person do to fight problems of such magnitude?

Thankfully, our voices are stronger together.

This is just one of more than 2000 references to justice and poverty throughout the Bible.

At Baptist World Aid Australia we believe that speaking up for justice is an act of worship and an important way of living out our faith.

Our Baptist World Aid Advocacy Team provides many opportunities for you to be vocal and respond to God’s call to seek justice. Add your voice to one of our targeted advocacy campaigns and speak for justice or mobilise members of your church to advocate by starting a Catalyst group.

Together our voices can end poverty.

Our Partners in Advocacy
At Baptist World Aid we know our voices are stronger together. That’s why we look for like-minded organisations who share our heart for justice and seek to be vocal in the same way we do. We have a number of partners in advocacy:


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Micah Australia

As part of the Micah Australia coalition, we seek to mobilise Australian Christians to become advocates who passionately speak for justice.

Be Slavery Free

At Baptist World Aid we are part of Be Slavery Free, a global movement of individuals and organisations fighting to end slavery through advocacy and education.

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Campaign for Australian Aid

We partner with the Campaign for Australian Aid, supported by the Bill & Melinda Gates foundation, because we believe Australia should do its fair share to end global poverty.

A Just Cause

Through our Catalyst program, we partner with A Just Cause to advocate on domestic issues.

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