Advocacy: A Tool that Works Better When it is Shared-Downloadable
Many immigration practitioners think of advocacy as something that will not directly impact their cases and therefore do not look to current advocacy efforts to see if they might assist in resolving case problems. Nor do they bring problems to the attention of the advocacy community that might benefit from the efforts of the advocacy community at the national and grassroots level. This panel will highlight various current advocacy efforts at the national and State level and show how individual practitioners may participate in and use these efforts to impact recurring case problems. The panel will also solicit the audience for suggestions respecting areas where advocacy efforts are lacking and use the panel to initiate an on-going dialog on how to better connect case specific practice to advocacy efforts.
- Highlights of Current Advocacy Efforts by AILA and Coalition Partners
- Highlights of Current Grassroots Activities
- Lessons Learned from Past Efforts
- How to Use Real Cases to Move Issues Forward and Change Positions
- How to Connect to Advocacy Efforts as a Practitioner
- How to Involve and Energize Clients in Advocacy Efforts
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