Pro Bono Australia have launched Civil Voices, a survey to find out the social sector's perspective on the current state of advocacy in Australia.
The organisation have said participation in the survey is essential for a holistic insight into the sector's ability to advocate on matters of public interest.
Run by academics from Melbourne University, the results of the survey will be used to inform a report that will build upon an existing evidence base to provide a deeper understanding of trends surrounding advocacy and the sector.
The report will be utilised by the Human Rights Law Centre and Pro Bono Australia to ignite a broader discussion on the issue.
By taking part in the survey, not only will you be contributing your voice to an essential investigation, but you’ll have the chance to win one of four places to the Annual Human Rights dinner 2018.