Ending extreme poverty starts with knowing it can be changed
Be one of 1000 young people embarking on an adventure across Australia to inform people about extreme poverty with the Oaktree End Poverty Roadtrip. From the same movement that organises the Live Below the Line campaign, the Roadtrip aims to get the attention of international leaders who will be arriving in Brisbane for the G20 Summit in November.
Oaktree is a movement of young people committed to end extreme poverty. Image: facebook.com/oaktreeau.
Roadtrippers will travel to Canberra by bus, where they will be joined by all Australian participants from every state. Along the way, roadtrippers will be making stops in various communities to talk to people about extreme poverty. The five-day journey aims to reach everyday Australians to inform them about extreme poverty globally, and how it can be eliminated.
Invitations to apply are extended to people between 16 and 26 years old who would like to be part of the journey between September 28 and October 4. Apply to be part of the Oaktree Roadtrip here.