When Does Advocacy Become Lobbying?
Posted by on September 10, 2012
Training for an Army of Health Advocates: When Does Advocacy Become Lobbying?
Today, grant makers and some government agencies are encouraging public health departments and nonprofit health promotion organizations to “advocate for policy change,” but the line between permitted advocacy and prohibited lobbying is often unclear. This Health Affairs GrantWatch Blog post features staffers for a Kentucky health promotion foundation who are working to make the line between advocacy and lobbying a little brighter and clearer and to provide added training on advocacy skills. The post also includes a link to an archived webinar on the topic.
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