Lesson 1.8: Systemic Advocacy

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> Extract from video provided with permission from the Department of Social Services. In summary, systemic advocacy involves working for long-term social changes to ensure the collective rights and interests of people with disability are served through legislation, policies and practices. This work is often beyond the scope of disability advocacy organisations due to the … Continued

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