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Advocating for Inclusive Communities

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A perceptive article on the challenges facing parent advocacy organisations when they are also involved in the provision of services. It discusses some of the obstacles and pitfalls of advocacy work, including the role of human services in community inclusion. The article includes valuable reflections on the process of change and the most fruitful ways for achieving it . It concludes with the comment that Advocacy organisations are needed today, more than ever. "The issues today are as difficult, if not more difficult than they were ten,twenty or thirty years ago. Dealing with them successfully will require a continued adherence to the dream and a sincere commitment to the people we are here to serve. Keywords: Advocacy, Attitudes, Inclusion

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Strully, J Wood, J
Entourage, Vol. 5 No. 1
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Advocacy, Attitudes, Inclusion

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