Working Towards a Brighter Future with
Courage Compassion Connection
Australian Real Progressives knows that our strength lies not only in the words we stand by, but most importantly through the actions of our initiatives.
It is our hope to become a fully fledged Non-Profit Organisation by the end of 2021. Founded on body of knowledge known as Modern Money Theory (MMT) we realised that by working together we could meet our social challenges much more efficiently, and that is why we ultimately decided to launch Australian Real Progressives (ARP).
ARP is a social media-based advocacy, education and outreach organization that focuses on supporting Progressive policies, candidates and economics for Australia.
ARP is an ISSUES – focused group. We are NOT solely committed to one candidate or party over another. Rather, we advocate for any Progressive candidate who will advance and implement policies that are Progressive in nature.
Australian Real Progressives not only seeks to advocate for Progressive policies and conduct outreach to other groups doing the same to continue to grow the Progressive Movement in Australia, but we also exist to educate Australians on various Progressive issues, why they are important, their evolution throughout history, and how people interested in those issues can work toward addressing them locally right where they live, as well as in the political arena on a state and national level.
We operate on the WISE philosophy – Wellbeing, Inclusion & Social Engagement.
Many thanks to Steve Grumbine for supporting this initiative.
We have a Four Pillar approach:
Seven Knowledge Areas
- Economic Justice
- Environmental and Ecological Justice
- Peace with Justice
- Equality with Justice (Gender and Cultural Justice)
- Health and Nutrition
- Technology and Innovation
8 Knowledge Sub-Areas (KSAs)
- Housing Security
- Energy Security
- Food Security
- Social Security (including Security in Retirement)
- Health Security
- Childcare Security
- Job Security
- Communication Security
Each of these above KSAs can be found within each of the 7 Knowledge Areas (KAs) and collectively form Cultural Security as well.