Sydney Local Group

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Sydney Local Group

Local groups/networks are typically formed around a core of six to eight people who meet on a fortnightly or monthly basis to plan activities. Others within the network keep in touch with coordinators to participate in these events. There can be more than one network coordinator and sometimes other key activists take on specific roles within the network.

A group plans its activities – which are always varied around its members skills and availability - based on directions from the outreach team regarding Greenpeace’s work. There are currently 3 groups in Australia.

Greenpeace encourages active supporters to think of themselves as part of a flexible local network, as opposed to a formal local group. This allows individuals with specific skills or interests to get active, without necessarily being part of the core group, attending every monthly meeting or event.

Greenpeace encourages individual supporters to organise events to support the organisation, and to take part in specific campaigning activities (usually online). The Greenpeace Outreach team works to develop new networks in strategic areas, and if you would like to form an 'official' new Greenpeace network, there is a process you need to follow. Please start by greau@greenpeace.org and we'll guide you from there.

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