A Practical Guide for Rallying Stakeholders Through Advocacy
Editor’s note: This is the second piece in a series about advocacy work in the philanthropy sector. How charities and non-profits engage in policy and political advocacy has been an important topic of conversation topic for some time, and one The Philanthropist has engaged in through past writing, including a short series in 2016. The recent legislative change removing limits on the amount of public policy advocacy permitted at Canadian charities presents a good opportunity to revisit this issue and see how organizations are adapting to this new regulatory reality.
The article is signed by François Lagarde, Vice President, Communications and Collective Engagement at the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation; Ariane Cyr, Executive Director of PRECA, a coalition of partners working for educational success in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Québec; Fannie Dagenais, Director of the Early Childhood Observatory, a project of the Lucie and André Chagnon Foundation.
March 30, 2020