The Right to Life Australia Inc. defends the right to life of all human beings from conception until natural death. We work to protect the most vulnerable in society – the unborn baby, elderly, sick and those with disabilities. 

Right to Life Australia provides free telephone counselling to women facing crisis pregnancies through our 24 hour telephone counselling service on 1300 737 732.  We offer support to help women at a time of need, to enable women to make life affirming decisions .  

We are dedicated to educating all Australians about the responsibility of providing protection to the vulnerable in all aspects of life.

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Get Involved

Get Involved

You can make a tremendous difference in the outcome of abortion and euthanasia in our country. You may have asked yourself 'what can one person do?' Well, you won't be doing it all: you will be joining with thousands of other Australians who no longer wish to live with the status quo but wish to live in a country where all human life is respected and valued!

Together, we can make a difference!

Ways that you can help:

  • Financially support our work and give to a cause that keeps on giving.
  • Join in our regular events and stand up for life.
  • Put a pro-life bumper sticker on your car.
  • Write letters to your MP, both state and federal on the issues of abortion, euthanasia and embryonic stem cell abuse. These letters don't have to be long. Simply tell them your position on these issues and tell them how you would like them to vote or act on your behalf.
  • Visit to your local markets or garage sales and purchase baby/maternity clothes to donate to your nearest pregnancy help centre.
  • Spread the pro-life message with literature. At Right to Life Australia we have a range of flyers and leaflets on life issues that are excellent for sharing with family and friends.
  • Write letters to the editor.
  • Arrange for a pro-life speaker to do a presentation for your club, school, church or civic group.
  • Consider adoption or foster care.

Some tasks involve certain skills or none at all…

  • Volunteer your time with Right to Life.
  • Sort and wash baby and maternity clothes.
  • Help get newsletter and mailings out.
  • Volunteer as a counsellor.
  • Be a telephone operator and call on our supporters to update their details and notify them of the latest campaigns and appeals.
  • Type, file and assist with other office duties.
  • Join the speakers list and train to give presentations on pro-life issues.
  • Man pro-life tables and stands at local community events.
  • Co-ordinate volunteers for any of the above.

Fo r more information and ideas on how to be actively pro-life, please contact us.



Lobbying - A 'How To' Guide

Writing a Letter

Non-profit organisations rely greatly on mail campaigns to gain political support. Whether you are organising a mail campaign or writing just one letter, it is important to keep in mind that there are many lobby groups clamouring for attention, so give careful thought to your letter.

Effective use of research can help you convey your position to politicians, the public and members.

Credible data can complement personal stories and anecdotes about your cause, thereby making your point more convincing.

Gathering research and pulling out the important points that support your position, as well as points that negate the argument of those who oppose your position, will help you to gain supporters for your cause.

Know the Legislative Process & Players

  1. A bill is introduced in at least one chamber of the legislature.
  2. It is then assigned to the committee(s) that oversees the issue addressed by the bill.
  3. Sometimes, a committee refers a bill to a subcommittee for deeper consideration.

Make a Personal Visit

Politicians want to hear from you. The first time you meet your politician face to face, you may be nervous. Keep in mind, however, that politicians and their staff people repeatedly say that the information non-profits provide is important to their decisions, so don’t be afraid to voice your message.

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The Right to Life Australia Inc. defends the right to life of all human beings from conception until natural death. We lobby government for legal protection of the most vulnerable in society – the unborn baby, elderly, sick and those with disabilities. Right to Life Australia provides free counselling to women facing crisis pregnancies.  We are non-party political and non-denominational.

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