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These arepressure groups in Australia Which advocates human rights ?? What have they advocated and achieved?? How do they achieve it??. true of false?. there are 30 articles under the universal declaration of human rights. Pressure Groups. formed over concerns tries to influence government

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These arepressure groups in Australia

Which advocates human rights ??

What have they advocated and achieved??

How do they achieve it??

true of false
true of false?
  • there are 30 articles under the universal declaration of human rights
pressure groups
Pressure Groups
  • formed over concerns
  • tries to influence government
  • their influence depends on membership
  • eg ACTU has several million members
pressure groups types of action
pressure groups : types of action
  • protest
  • letter writing, petitions
  • media events/publicity campaign
  • meetings with politicians
  • making recommendations to governments
what can individuals do
what can individuals do?
  • individuals can apply pressure on governments by
  • forming pressure groups
  • getting their opinions heard
  • using petitions
  • mass meetings, eg stop work meetings, strikes (ACTU)
the media
The media
  • letters to the editors
    • opinions, expert information
  • BEWARE , media can be biased
  • Media Watch - Alan Jones Climate Change interview
active citizenship
active citizenship
  • what concerns you?? (environment, education, freedoms)
  • citizens have the right to voice concerns
  • who to address your concerns? Members of Parliament