Anti-Poverty Week runs from 16-22 October 2016

How Local Councils Can Get Involved

Participation by local government and involvement of local communities is an essential part of Anti-Poverty Week. As many local councils as possible are encouraged to do something, however small it may be.  

For ideas on how your local council or shire can get involved in involved in Anti-Poverty Week, see our:

1. Hands up if your council cares about poverty and hardship poster.

Local Council Flyer
Poster

2. Information sheet listing examples of local council activities run during previous years.

3. Information and educational resources page.