Click Here for Change: Your Guide to the E-Advocacy Revolution

Click Here for Change: Your Guide to the E-Advocacy Revolution, this report published by PolicyLink offers a guide to using technology techniques to engage in advocacy and promote the quality of life and access to opportunity for everyone. It provides case studies, resources, tips, and best practices to help readers plan and implement campaigns that use various combinations of online and offline tools to effectively engage their constituencies. The guide is organised as follows:

* from concept to practice: defining e-advocacy
* e-advocacy campaigns: audiences and tactics
* technology tools: what they are, what they do, where to get them
* integrating technology tools into the organisation

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