In recent years, advocates have become more recognized as central to the policy-making process and sustained social change. But advocacy for many important issues, such as children’s health and well-being, remains little-known or understood as a vocation or avocation. At the same time, many current advocacy leaders are contemplating retirement. Kids Impact promotes ways to highlight the field of advocacy, and child advocacy in particular, as well as ways to attract and support a new generation of leaders.

See our blog post, “Will Today’s Young Activists Become Their Generation’s Lifelong Advocates for Change?”

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