We support campaigns which advocate for key professional, industrial and political issues.
Racism. It stops with me.
The ANMF is a supporter of the Racism. It Stops With Me national campaign that provides tools and resources to help people and organisations learn about racism and stand against it by acting for positive change.View Supported Campaign
End COVID For All
The ANMF has added its voice to the call to End COVID For All, this campaign is working to encourage the Australian Government to deepen its partnerships with our neighbours to address COVID-19 and increase its assistance for the world’s most vulnerable nations and communities.View Supported Campaign
Thrive by Five
The ANMF is one of the organisations supporting the Thrive by Five campaign, an initiative of Minderoo Foundation that is campaigning to make our early learning childcare system high quality and universally accessible.View Supported Campaign
The ANMF supports the Anti-Poverty Week (APW) campaign, held in October each year, through the provision of campaign funding and promotion in our online and print-based publications and social media. The annual APW campaign highlights the plight of people within our community who struggle with poverty.View Supported Campaign
Our Climate, Our Health
The ANMF is one of the supporters of the Our Climate Our Health campaign spearheaded by The Climate and Health Alliance and calling on the federal government to develop a National Strategy on Climate Health and Well-being.View Supported Campaign
International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN)
The ANMF is a partner of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), a coalition of non-governmental organizations in more than one hundred countries promoting adherence to and implementation of the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons.View Supported Campaign
Do No Harm: What is the Hidden Cost of your Healthcare?
There are hidden costs in the production and procurement of medical goods by Australian companies and the public sector: mounting evidence shows that there is a high occurrence of labour and human rights abuses in the production of goods such as gloves, surgical instruments, clothing, footwear and electronics. The production of these healthcare goods is tainted by hazardous working conditions, labour explitation, child labour and other abuses.View Supported Campaign