Advocacy Toolkit - TAI

Advocacy, for the TAI Network means turning our research into meaningful change on the ground. It is actively convincing others that our goal of widening access is worth implementing and ensuring that implementation is done well.

The Access Initiative (TAI) Advocacy Toolkit is a set of tools developed to help TAI partners strategically achieve reform and policy practice around access to information, public participation, and access to justice. Partners in Latin America contributed directly to the development of the toolkit in the regional meeting from 2009. Partners from Asia and Africa and attendees of the 2nd TAI Global Gathering contributed to the review of the tools over the course of their development. Partners used the toolkit successfully in Cameroon (FEDEV), Chile (PARTICIPA), India (LIFE), Ecuador (CEDA) Zimbabwe (ZELA). Partners from the 3rd Global Gathering in Uganda in 2010 have helped to refine and finalise proposals for this tool kit.

Creator: 
Ritwick Dutta, Richard Ingwe, Lina Muñoz, Ramamurthy Sreedhar, Lalanath de Silva Joseph Foti
Carole Excell, Andrea Sanhueza, Robin Murphy, Maggie Barron
Contributor: 
Josh Kellerman & Seema Kumar, Monika Kerdeman
Participating Organization: 
LIFE, CRADLE,Universidad del Rosario, Environics, PARTICIPA
WRI
Publisher: 
TAI Secretariat - World Resources Institute
Date: 
2010
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