Reaction Paper _4_spring2010

Reaction Paper _4_spring2010 - UE 0854 Education in the...

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UE 0854 Education in the Global City, Spring 2010 Reflection Paper #4 / DUE Tuesday, April 6th Advocacy in an Age of Globalization Webster defines ADVOCACY as the act or process of advocating or supporting a cause or proposal . Please discuss your understanding of the concept of advocacy. o What role does advocacy play in addressing issues of injustice and working to create positive change in our global world? o What are the opportunities and limitations of advocacy work? Please draw from two or more of the following in crafting your paper: 1. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Website (including relevant documents/reports available on the site): 2. Any combination of Philadelphia-based advocacy organization websites of interest to you. A few examples include: a. The Philadelphia Committee to End Homelessness: b. Habitat for Humanity Greater Philadelphia: c. Philadelphia Student Union: d. Youth United for Change: e. City Year Greater Philadelphia: f. Philadelphia Youth Commission: g. Greater Philadelphia Sustainable Business Network: h. City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program: i. Teens 4 Good: 3. Reflections from Advocacy Forum Panelists and/or thoughts on the organizations with which they work – see their websites in readings for Week #10.
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  • Spring '10
  • CatherineWolfgang
  • Temple University, Youth Leadership Development, Temple Youth VOICES, Youth VOICES Project, Greater Philadelphia

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