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Republic of Ireland
This report examines policy advocacy in a very practical way through 7 case studies selected byThe Atlantic Philanthropies’ Northern Ireland Programme Executives as examples of granteesinvolved in advocating for social change. The case studies span the three thematic areas ofworkconducted in Northern Ireland: rights and reconciliation, ageing, and children and youth. The research provides the reader with a background profile of each case study and, usingprimary qualitative data gathered through in-depth interviews, sets out the grantees’perspectives on key issues such as: what is policy advocacy; the tool-kit which they use toadvocate; who they target; what constitutes success; how (if at all) they measure theiradvocacy work; and the potential barriers to promoting social change.
UU. (2011) Policy Advocacy in Northern Ireland [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/99538 [Accessed: 24th March 2017].