Use Your Privilege For Good is an educational resource based platform for individuals to learn and gain awareness on how to alter and challenge 'privileged' mindsets to create a more equal world for everyone.
The focus of privilege was a very deliberate choice and something we have been very conscious of through each discussion and discourse we pursue on this platform.
The intention of such a focus is not to exclude, rather challenge a particular group of people who often have the largest impact on our society and those considered to be within vulnerable positions. Through this, we aim at making people aware of their privileged position and the impact they may have on others as a result.
Our mission is to challenge the way people can so comfortably think.
We aim to bring new perspectives to development, sustainability, and issues that can often be mixed with privilege, through various methods of engagement and educational materials.
Use Your Privilege For Good is a Melbourne based resource platform that is continually looking for accountability and growth to better ourselves on a path to social justice; both nationally and internationally.
Get To Know Us
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Founder and creator of Use Your Privilege For Good.
Having graduated with a Bachelor Degree in International Development Studies, Georgia hopes to share some of the knowledge she has learnt along the way.
Georgia also aims to continue to expand and discuss current development issues and debates whilst pursuing her Masters in Human Rights.
Here at Use Your Privilege For Good, we are always looking for collaborations and ways to develop and grow as a platform.
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Use Your Privilege For Good proudly acknowledges the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the traditional custodians of the land on which we are based.
We pay our respect to the Elders of the past, present and
future and acknowledge their spiritual connection to Country.
We also pay our respect to them, for the care of the land on which we live today. As well as acknowledge that this land was never ceded.