Title:Nonprofits and policy advocacy: learning from success.
Author(s):Krekoski, Erin
Subject:Social issues – advocacy
Publisher:Edmonton Social Planning Council
Place of Publication:Edmonton
Date of Publication:2009
Abstract:

This document is a review of successful non-profit policy advocacy practices. Using case studies and examples from Alberta, Canada, and internationally, this guide outlines how and why non-profits should participate in policy advocacy, and breaks down some of the key features of successful policy advocacy efforts. These include developing a policy advocacy strategy, connecting advocacy with social movements, taking part in coalitions and partnerships, understanding the policy-making process, using thoughtful messaging, and providing valuable information. Appendices include further resources on advocacy and examples of coalitions currently working on social issue advocacy in Alberta and Canada

Language:English
Material Type:Report

ESPC Documents/PUBLICATIONS/A.06.D OTHER HISTORICAL/2009_advocacy.pdf

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