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Types of Advocacy

Accountability and Complaints
Accountability and Complaints

The Graduate School of Education & Information Studies is dedicated to creating an institutional culture of advocacy and accountability; one that is in line with GSE&IS' commitment to scholarly rigor, social justice, inclusiveness, and democratic practice.

Citizen Advocacy
Citizen Advocacy

Citizen Advocacy is the name given to the committed relationship between a suitable citizen who provides long-term advocacy to a person with a disability (referred to as a protégé – one who is protected) so that they are no longer entirely alone and unprotected given their relatively powerless circumstances.

Clarity of Purpose
Clarity of Purpose

Advocacy advertising can be directed at either specific targets, or general targets, such as political activists, the media, consumer groups, government agencies, or competito … rs. It can be sponsored by any type of advertiser (businesses, consumer groups, special interest groups, political parties, or even individuals)..

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Confidentiality
Confidentiality

Confidentiality All information and communications between you and seAp Advocacy will remain confidential unless you tell us something which leads us to believe you or someone else may be at risk of serious harm or abuse, or assisting a serious criminal offence - or if there is a court order for disclosure.

source: seap.org.uk
Empowerment and Putting People First
Empowerment and Putting People First

EMPOWERMENT AND ADVOCACY Empowerment and Advocacy Empowerment and Advocacy Advocacy Advocacy is an umbrella term for acting on behalf of another by supporting and pleading that person's cause.

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Equality and Diversity
Equality and Diversity

Advocacy Training Our approach to equality and diversity seAp is fully committed to the elimination of unlawful and unfair discrimination and values the differences that a diverse workforce brings to the organisation.

source: seap.org.uk
Equality, Accessibility and Diversity
Equality, Accessibility and Diversity

Equality, accessibility and diversity . As well as complying with equality legislation (Equality Act 2010 in particular), it is expected that advocacy services take proactive steps to ensure equitable and easy access to them. Having equal opportunities policies is only part of the process.

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Group Advocacy
Group Advocacy

An advocacy group is a group or an organization which tries to influence the government but does not hold power in the government. History Beginnings

Independence
Independence

Independent advocacy is about speaking up for an individual or group. Independent Advocacy is a way to help people have a stronger voice and to have as much control as possible over their own lives. Independent Advocacy organisations are separate from organisations that provide other types of services.

source: siaa.org.uk
non-Instructed Advocacy
non-Instructed Advocacy

Non instructed advocacy is vital for those most vulnerable in society who are often in a position where others (carers and professionals) are making decisions on their behalf. The non instructed advocate is an independent person that ensures the person is kept at the heart of all decisions and that their voice is heard.

Peer Advocacy
Peer Advocacy

Peer Advocacy in Mental Health is… Making information accessible Providing and discussing options Facilitating decision-making by the individual

Professional Advocacy
Professional Advocacy

Professional Advocacy Educational advocates Educational advocates are fee paid professionals who are usually called in when the child is not receiving services/not making educational progress/IEP is not being followed.

Safeguarding
Safeguarding

The advocacy duty will apply from the point of the first contact with the Local Authority and at any subsequent stage of the safeguarding enquiry or SAR. The Local Authority must initially consider the best way of involving the person in the safeguarding enquiry, which is appropriate and proportionate to the person’s needs and circumstances.

source: rbsab.org
Self-Advocacy
Self-Advocacy

1) What is Self-Advocacy? Definition of Self-Advocacy: Self-Advocacy is, ‘[…]one form of advocacy, occurring any time people speak or act on their own behalf to improve their quality of life, effect personal change, or correct inequalities’” (Concunan-Lahr and Brotherson as cited in Brown, 1999).

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