Foundations in Public Narrative and Advocacy

This half-day interactive workshop run by the Alliance for Gambling Reform is for people with lived experience of gambling harm who would like to connect with peers working
for a common cause: preventing further gambling harm in our communities through policy and legal reform.

Course content will include:

  • Telling your story to make a difference
  • Gambling as a public health problem
  • Alliance goals, strategy and evidence-based reform agenda
  • Actions you can take to effect change

Learning outcomes

  • By attending this training, participants will:
  • Understand public narrative methodology and the powerful role of personal stories in social change and inspiring others to act
  • Have developed new knowledge, skills, confidence and capacity to advocate for policy and legal reform based on your lived experience of harm
  • Understand the national goals and strategy of the Alliance and can identify how you can contribute and be part of it
  • Connect with others working for a common cause


24th of November 2018


11:30am – 5:30pm


5-67 Rochester St,

Homebush NSW 2140


Registration is essential. To register your interest please email:

Champions for Change Community Builder Pepi Belfort



Call 0488 151 645.


“The strength of Champions for Change is that there’s room for people
to do as much or as little and as quietly or loudly as they like, with the support of others” ANNA, VICTORIAN CHAMPION FOR CHANGE