Our Member and Stakeholder Engagement Framework

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 24th March 2022
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Community broadcasting organisations make an invaluable contribution to communities across the country every day.

To achieve their missions, community broadcasters need a peak body that listens, understands, and communicates to help them grow and prosper. Member and Stakeholder Engagement Framework front cover

One of the CBAA’s key priorities is to remain engaged with, and responsive to, the needs of our members, and advocate for change in the interests of members and our sector in general. We listen to make sure our decisions are informed. Engagement and advocacy may take place in various forms, and with various stakeholders, including community radio stations; listeners and other interested stakeholders; sector bodies and representative organisations; Government; and funding bodies/partners, including the Community Broadcasting Foundation.

We're pleased to announce the release of our Member and Stakeholder Engagement Framework. This framework sets out:

  • Our reasons for member and stakeholder engagement
  • The scope of this work
  • Our stakeholder landscape, and
  • Our plan and approach to engaging with our members and stakeholders.

This framework aligns with the CBAA’s mission and strategic objectives. It also aims to model, encourage, and support good governance and decision-making by CBAA members.

This framework is available on Our Policies page, or click the image to your right for access.

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