Advocacy covers a range of strategies and tactics designed to move people to action - for example, to get a school district to adopt a particular reform strategy, to create a national movement for immigration reform, or to make sure economic development of a particular neighborhood does not eliminate access to affordable housing for current residents. The tools of advocacy include, for example, messaging, research and data, power analyses, education, personal influence and persuasion, coalition building, organizing and action. The ways in which these tools are applied is often adjusted for different audiences or targets of influence. Resources in this section focus on various examples of advocacy strategies, tools and tactics. Information in other sections - for example, on community organizing or community building will also be helpful.
- Click Here for Change: Your Guide to E-Advocacy Revolution
- Telling Your Story A Guide to Preparing Advocacy Case Studies
- An Introduction to Consultation Methods
- Mobiles in-a-box: Tools and tactics for mobile advocacy
- Justice Begins at Home: Strengthening Social Justice Advocacy in the U.S.
- Strengthening Democracy, Increasing Opportunities: Impacts Of Advocacy, Organizing, And Civic Engagement In New Mexico
- Why Supporting Advocacy Makes Sense for Foundations
- The Challenge of Assessing Policy and Advocacy Activities: Part II, Moving from Theory to Practice
- Strengthening Human Rights and Social Justice Advocacy in the United States
- The Four Faces of Power