CAPSA #RightTrack Community Conversations

Running a conversation project is a great way for people to learn about the issues affecting people seeking asylum, and join the discussion about how we can be treating people with dignity and respect. These small-scale, personal conversations are often one of the most effective ways to encourage someone to change their position on an issue. The #RightTrack Community Conversation project uses evidence-based materials to enable people to run conversations with their friends, family, colleagues, parishioners and others. We can provide you with a number of resource to run a conversation. There are three roles you can take in being involved in this project:

  • Attend and commit to bringing a friend to a hosted conversation  
  • Host a conversation by inviting people and finding a venue (materials provided)
  • Facilitate a number of conversations (training provided)
You can read how these meetings went in the lead up to Federal election in Higgins here.

You can register for these roles below: