Advocacy for Social Justice: A Global Perspective provides contextualised information about advocacy for a range of social problems. This title examines issues at a local and global level, theoretical foundations, and a range of advocacy responses. Students will be able to answer the questions: “What is advocacy for social justice?”, “Who in our world needs advocacy the most, and why?”, “How can advocates help?”, and “What can we do?” Policy and practice components of advocacy work are examined from both historical and contemporary perspectives.
As part of the Standards for Excellence Series, this title assists students in associating CSHSE's National Standards to all levels of human service practice.
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