The CBAA develops and delivers a range of educational projects designed to provide listeners around the country with information on important topics such as legal issues, healthy eating, physical activity, energy efficiency, mental health and suicide prevention.
This website will allow you to find out more information about these projects, listen to some of the audio our projects team produces each month, and read some of the project newsletters.
Communications projects currently being coordinated by the CBAA include:
Provides a national audience with practical information on suicide prevention and mental health services and resources, as well as highlighting stories of individuals who have overcome tough times in their lives.
This project, sponsored by the Organ and Tissue Authority, aims to raise awareness of the importance of organ and tissue donation, and to encourage families to ask and know each others’ donation wishes.
Funded by the NSW Environmental Trust, this project aims to provide community radio listeners with practical information on environmental issues and sustainability. It aims to give audience some simple and approachable advice they can take in their own lives to save energy and water and reduce greenhouse emissions.
This project aims to raise awareness of the opportunities and benefits of a clean energy future, profiling current activities that are reducing carbon pollution around Australia, highlighting the importance of moving towards a clean energy future, raising awareness and addressing any concerns that people may have about the economic or social impacts of actions to reduce carbon pollution.