How Does AACP Advocate?

What is Advocacy?
Why Advocate?
How Does AACP Advocate?
AACP Advocacy Coalitions
AACP Advocacy Programming
Establishing an Advocacy Agenda
Writing an Issue Brief
Framing an Advocacy Case Study
What Does AACP Advocate For?
Are You Ready to Engage?

How Does AACP Advocate? 

The AACP advocacy agenda is aligned with the organizational policy statements developed through our governance bodies (Councils, Sections, Special Interest Groups, etc.) and considered for adoption by our House of Delegates.

The AACP advocacy agenda is supported by the evidence collected through our Institutional Research Service.

The AACP advocacy agenda
is strengthened and more effectively moved through the work of like-minded organizations.

Learning to be an effective advocate requires an understanding the role of advocacy in our society and government, how to put that understanding into action- alone and with others-, demonstrating the importance of focus of our advocacy in our personal lives and lives of others, and sharing evidence that the focus of our advocacy is worthy of consideration and support by others.

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