We just hit 4 million Australians using Change.org!

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Here are four inspiring users, and the change they've made with a petition

“We've now got the closure we so desperately needed – and we can now move on and do what is best for our children." – Nasser, on winning against AAMI Insurance to get his claim paid after a 4 year delay.

“We've now got the closure we so desperately needed – and we can now move on and do what is best for our children."

– Nasser, on winning against AAMI Insurance to get his claim paid after a 4 year delay.

“Knowing that I had over 130,000 people on my side proves that people power truly works. We brought some justice to victims of horrific crimes like me.” – Katrina, on overturning cuts to victims of crime compensation by the NSW Government.

“Knowing that I had over 130,000 people on my side proves that people power truly works.

We brought some justice to victims of horrific crimes like me.”

– Katrina, on overturning cuts to victims of crime compensation by the NSW Government.

“Shane fought hard for this, not only in the hope for his own life, but for thousands of Australians that will now benefit from this drug." – Dannii, on getting Health Minister Sussan Ley to put a lifesaving cancer drug on the PBS. 

“Shane fought hard for this, not only in the hope for his own life, but for thousands of Australians that will now benefit from this drug."

– Dannii, on getting Health Minister Sussan Ley to put a lifesaving cancer drug on the PBS. 

“The idea that this training would come to fruition and be rolled out across Queensland, the amount of people who are going to benefit from it, and the amount of lives that will be saved because of it, is fantastic.” – Kerrie, on winning her campaign for suicide education in hospitals after her son's own death.

“The idea that this training would come to fruition and be rolled out across Queensland, the amount of people who are going to benefit from it, and the amount of lives that will be saved because of it, is fantastic.”

– Kerrie, on winning her campaign for suicide education in hospitals after her son's own death.