Create Opportunties To Improve Rights Outcomes Through Professional Contribution, Collaboration + Connection
Use your professional skills and passion for human rights and policy issues to better the lives of our most vulnerable South Australians.
As a member of the Rights Resource Network SA you will...
Contribute to the future direction and positive outcomes for rights issues in South Australia
Raise your public profile as a leader on rights and policy issues
Connect with parliamentarians, senior government officials, academics, university students and community organisations
Enhance your professional networks + develop partnerships and coalitions
Provide a new platform for advocacy + policy change
ACCESS TO our professional database
Connect with other rights advocates, professionals and organisations through our extensive database.
SUBMIT feature blog posts + EMAIL CONTENT
Promote your organisation or area of expertise in bi-annual feature blog posts + Network emails.
tickets TO WORKSHOPS
Get priority access to all Network events including workshops, training sessions and member only events.
MEMBER ONLY CONTENT + Resources
Access information including our Briefing Notes and Current Inquires List as well as other resources.
interns to host + mentor
Provide opportunities for students to gain experience through our intern program.
Access to targetted information
Share and diseminate information specific to your areas of personal and professional interest.
ADVISORY BOARD POSITIONS
Influence and contribute to the outcomes and direction of the Network by applying to hold a Board position.
OPPORTUNITES To present at workshops
Share your knowledge and passion with members and community partners at workshops and trainings.
“The Rights Resource Network SA has provided a useful forum for dialogue on rights issues in this State. As a researcher in the area of criminal law, the Network has given me the chance to engage directly with community organisations and experts in other fields and to share my legal analysis and perspectives. This type of dialogue does not always change minds, but it improves the quality of submissions or other forms of advocacy designed to promote or protect rights.”
Associate Professor Ben Livings, Associate Profesor of Criminal Law & Evidence
“My academic career has been focused on researching real-world problems and empowering those without a voice to contribute to lawmaking. As a world-leader in the rights of older persons and access to housing, it has been great to use the Rights Resource Network SA to connect with local community organisations and work together to translate academic research into on the ground outcomes.”
Dr Eileen Webb, Professor of Law and Ageing in the School of Law + Advisory Board Member of Elder Abuse Action Australia.