How can advocacy make a difference?

Advocacy can make a difference because:

  • Decision-makers react to those credible groups or individuals who most effectively bring their issues to the forefront of the public agenda
  • In the case of advocating to government, they have competing interests and concerns that can only be fully discerned when people make their voices heard

As voters and taxpayers, we all have the ability to effect change.

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