Advocacy for social justice : a global action and reflection guide / [edited by] David Cohen, Rosa de la Vega, Gabrielle Watson.

Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Bloomfield, CT : Kumarian Press, ©2001.
Description
xxi, 345 p. ; 28 cm.

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Notes
"Oxfam America, Advocacy Institute."
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (p. 341-345) and index.
Creation/​Production credits
At head of cover title: Oxfam; Advocacy Institute.
Contents
  • pt. I. Reflections on Advocacy / David Cohen
  • 1. Advocacy: Its Many Faces and a Common Understanding
  • 2. Lessons from Social Movement Advocacy
  • 3. Advocacy in the Twenty-First Century
  • pt. II. Advocacy Skills / Rosa de la Vega
  • 4. Social Justice Advocacy: Key Concepts
  • 5. Strategy Development
  • 6. Skill Building
  • pt. III. Advocacy Case Studies / Gabrielle Watson
  • 7. Introduction to Part III / Gabrielle Watson
  • 8. Senegal: The APROFES Struggle to End Violence against Women / Codou Bop
  • 9. United States: Black Farmers' Rights and the Struggle for Land / John Zippert and Gabrielle Watson
  • 10. Guatemala: Bringing Human Rights to Bear on the Culture of Impunity / Gabrielle Watson
  • 11. Cambodia: Revising the Land Law / Srey Chanthy and Gabrielle Watson
  • 12. Ecuador: The Campaign against Texaco Oil / Tamara L. Jezic
  • 13. International Financial Institutions: The Campaign for Debt Relief / Andrew Bauck
  • 14. Comparative Lessons from Social Justice Advocacy Case Studies / Gabrielle Watson
  • pt. IV. Advocacy Resource Directory
  • Gabrielle Watson with Angela Orlando, Jennifer Shea, and Karin Lockwood
  • Capacity-Building Organizations
  • Networking Organizations
  • Development-Policy and Research Organizations
  • Funding Organizations.
ISBN
  • 1565491319 ((pbk. ; : alk. paper))
  • 9781565491311 ((pbk. ; : alk. paper))
LCCN
2001023399
OCLC
46353403
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