Advocacy for Social Justice: A Global Action and Reflection Guide

David Cohen, Rosa De la Vega, Gabrielle Watson
Kumarian Press, 2001 - 346 pages
Building civil society and nurturing democracy have become part of mainstream development discourse. But while some NGOs are taking the lead in this work, others still lack the skills needed to assume new roles in policy advocacy. Advocacy for Social Justice is a direct and interactive response to this growing need. The result of a major three-year collaboration between the Washington-based Advocacy Learning Institute and Oxfam America, this resource is the first comprehensive guide for worldwide advocates for social and economic justice. Intended for practitioners, trainers, teachers and students,it explores the elements of advocacy and offers a toolkit for taking action, comprehensive case studies, and hundreds of resource listings.

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Introduction to Part 1
Lessons from Social Movement Advocacy
Free Spaces Are Critical for Engaging in Public Argument and Building Public Judgment
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À propos de l'auteur (2001)

David Cohen is a British joutnalist who has written for The Independent, The Guardian, and British GQ, as well as The New York Times. In 1997, he was the recipient of a harkness fellowship hosted by Columbia University, which enabled him to write this book. He lives in london with his wife and two daughters.

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