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IMPORTANT:::PLEASE READ EVERYTHING BELOW:
This assignment is based on Tennesse Senate Bill 0447. Information can
be found within the attached powerpoint, references are listed in there
as well. Please let me know if you have any questions.
1. The purpose of completing the Policy Advocacy Project is to develop
the kind of advocacy and leadership skills necessary to move beyond
“policy analysis” and into “policy practice”. Advocacy skills can be
demonstrated in numerous ways which is why you will see several options
available to choose from. The format of your Policy Advocacy Project
should engage you in some form of public discourse. As you think about
your Policy Advocacy Project, imagine you work for or represent an
agency/nonprofit that is working for or against the legislation you
analyzed during your Policy Analysis Project. Consider this situation as
you create your piece of policy advocacy.
2. Submit a one (1) page introduction that describes the audience for
your letter, policy brief, testimony, or other product that explains the
rationale for the tactics you will use to persuade the audience.
3. Write a Letter to the Editor. Prepare a letter to the editor on a
current social policy issue for submission to a popular print
publication such as the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time, your
local paper, or another publication of your choosing. Your letter
should address an issue that is a source of public concern and should
reflect social work values. The letter can be an expression of your
vigorously defended opinions and thus can be written in the first
person. Examples and illustrations are useful but keep it brief
according to the guidelines of the publication to which you are
Information from the instructor::: you advocate for some sort of policy
change that will meet their needs. Maybe some of the shortcomings of
your bill you looked at, or some other related issue if one came up.