Become an Ambassador
White Ribbon Ambassadors
White Ribbon Ambassadors are trained men who recognise the importance of men taking responsibility and being part of the solution to end the violence, abuse and inequality faced by women across Australia. They are essential supporters who volunteer their time and energy into promoting the work of White Ribbon. Along with White Ribbon Advocates, Ambassadors are our official representatives who stand up, speak out and act to prevent men’s violence against women.
Who can become a White Ribbon Ambassador?
The Ambassador role is reserved for male White Ribbon Supporters above the age of 16 who are dedicated to commit their time and energy to increasing their knowledge, engagement and participation with White Ribbon.
Supporters who wish to apply for the Ambassador Role need to meet the following criteria:
- Demonstrate an understanding and alignment with White Ribbon’s unique role in engaging men to make women’s safety a man’s issue too.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the link between gender inequality and men’s violence against women
- Demonstrate activity in the last 12 months which actively promoted the engagement of men to prevent men’s violence against women, gender equality and respectful relationships.
White Ribbon recognises that men’s violence against women pervades all cultures therefore we encourage diversity of age, sexuality, ethnicity, faith and ability among applicants to ensure change is effected across all levels of society.
How do I apply to become a White Ribbon Ambassador?
Please save the e-learning Certificate of Completion as you will need to submit this as part of the application process.
When are applications open?
Applications to the White Ribbon Ambassador Program are open annually from the 1st to 30th April.
To apply to become a White Ribbon Ambassador, please complete the application form below. Ambassador Program Application Form
Before you apply, it is a requirement that you have read and understood the White Ribbon Ambassador Role Description.
What is involved in being a White Ribbon Ambassador?
White Ribbon Ambassadors stand alongside White Ribbon Advocates at the forefront of White Ribbon as a community owned social movement. Ambassadors actively engage men in their spheres of influence to see the social change necessary to end men’s violence against women.
The Ambassador Program support men across Australia via information, tools and development activities to promote gender equality, respectful relationships and the ongoing engagement of men in the prevention of violence against women.
White Ribbon Ambassadors are required to meet key milestone achievements under three streams over the course of their tenure: Educate, Engage and Act. These activities ensure that Ambassadors are adequately equipped with information and practical resources to effectively engage their local community to prevent men’s violence against women.
If you have any queries related to the Ambassador Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org