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Author Topic: Tools for Activists: CHAMP posts advocacy training materials  (Read 6063 times)

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Offline Peter Staley

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Hey all, one of my favorite organizations, The Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP), sent out a press release saying the following:


The Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP) has created a new line
of advocacy campaign tools! We are excited to have these tools on our
website and encourage you to download them, check them out, and use them in
your campaign work. And pass on this message to anyone else who may be

You can find the tools at:
http://www.champnetwork.org/index.php?name=academy on the left side of the
web page.

Campaign tools include:

Tracking Ally Recruitment
Tracking Target Research
How To Use a Sign-On Letter
Facilitating Conference Calls
Building a Rap for Outreach

These tools are used in our CHAMP Academy trainings and were specifically
developed for our Prevention Justice Partnerships.

CHAMP's Prevention Justice Partners are local or statewide community groups
or service organizations in the United States that commit to a year-long
project to fight for a specific, locally-relevant campaign for HIV
prevention policy change. CHAMP works with our partners through weekly
planning calls and quarterly, in-depth and in-person trainings. We are
seeking 2007 Prevention Justice Partners -- contact me if your group may be

As always, don't hesitate to be in touch with questions or comments.


Julie Davids
Executive Director, Community HIV/AIDS Mobilization Project (CHAMP)


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