World Vision believes that advocating for justice for children will transform the lives of children, their families and communities.
Our direct program and humanitarian interventions – on their own – cannot deliver sustainable change for the most vulnerable children. We advocate at the local, national, regional and global levels to reach exponentially more children.
We promote justice by working to change policies, systems, structures, practices, attitudes, citizen mobilisation and education about human and child rights.
The policies and submissions on this page are what World Vision Australia stands for and the changes we want to see. Many of these positions are based on our strong programming experience and in-depth understanding of the needs of communities in overcoming the barriers of poverty.
World Vision makes these recommendations to governments and donors through high-level engagement and written submissions.