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Advocacy

we advocate for positive change across a broad network of organisations to increase awareness of the issues faced by the hardest to reach

Advocacy Programs

We understand that development challenges exist within broad complex systems, influenced by government, civil society and the private sector.  With this systems approach in mind, we advocate for positive change across a broad network of organisations to increase awareness of the issues faced by the hardest to reach; to provide a platform for collaboration, knowledge sharing and innovation; and to provide technical evidence, guidance and support for effective community focussed development policies

Professional Skills

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Schools

Schools

Achieving our 2020 Vision

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Best Beans

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Quality Milk

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Perfect Blend

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Support our Programs

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Advocacy stories

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The EWB Challenge on the world stage

The EWB Challenge on the world stage

This year’s EWB Challenge Showcase was delivered in collaboration with the World Engineers Convention (WEC) and created a dynamic atmosphere that sets the bar for engagement and activation of the engineering and engineering education sectors. Each year, the EWB...

Portrait of a new stereotype

Portrait of a new stereotype

Patricia Tatel, a student from the University of Queensland, joined as a volunteer on EWB's Torres Strait Regioneering trip last month. Led by EWB/Mecca MPower grant recipient Erin Hughes, the trip aimed to build on the school outreach work that EWB has previously...

Scoping for best-practice

Scoping for best-practice

Much has been written about the EWB Challenge—our ground-breaking, first-year University program, now in its 13th year. Embedded into the curriculum of 28 Australian and New Zealand Universities (and adopted by EWB organisations around the world), the EWB Challenge...

Link Research Symposium 2019

On Monday 2nd December RMIT kindly hosted our annual Link Research Symposium. The Symposium is the closing event of the year where students engaged in the research program present their findings to staff, peers and members of the engineering education community. It...

Results of the 2019 EWB Australia Board Elections and AGM

The 2019 EWB Australia Board Elections and AGM were held at 2pm (AEDT) on Tuesday 25th November 2019, with the following outcomes: Board Elections Simon Bradwell and Arun Kumar were successfully elected as Directors to EWB Australia's Board. Congratulations to you...

Teach a girl to fish

Teach a girl to fish

Erin and the MECCA-M Power grant: Chapter One. On the eve of setting off on my trip to the Torres Strait as part of my undertaking for the MECCA-M Power grant, I’ve been reflecting on how this project is a fantastic synergy of my personal journey.  A very strong theme...