Ontario Health Promotion E-Bulletin, OHPE Bulletin 357, Volume 2004, No. 357
In this week's feature, Karen Woods reports People for Education. In her introduction, she writes "Annie Kidder, one of the founding members of People for Education, presented on "Community-Led Advocacy" at the 2003 Ontario Health Promotion Summer School's Community Mobilization stream. Her session was a refreshingly tangible example of how a small community group with strong beliefs in a fully-funded, quality, public education system quickly grew into an Ontario-wide organization by using a variety of advocacy tactics and strategies."
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Senior Lecturer/Associate Professor in Health Promotion, Social & Community Health, Faculty of Medical & Health Sciences, University of Auckland