The NFF’s Roadmap for $100 billion in farmgate value by 2030 has been universally adopted in policy circles. However, this target is not an ‘easy get’, and a robust, independent examination of the structures which deliver on the strategy is vital to ensure that appropriate architecture is in place to deliver the agreed goals.
Traditional business models of advocacy groups must be reviewed to determine if they are fit for purpose in a policy (and social) landscape very different to that of past decades. As such, the NFF has commissioned the Australian Farm Institute to conduct a project which will map a strategic path for Australian agricultural industry representation and advocacy structures for the coming decade.
How should an advocacy organisation determine what issues to take on? Are advocacy activities targeted at the right ‘audience’? What makes an advocacy organisation influential?
You are invited to participate in this project by sharing your thoughts in this short 5-minute survey – your views will help clarify the best direction for Australian agricultural advocacy in the coming decade.