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What is Independent Advocacy

Collective advocacy

Collective advocacy happens when a group of people with similar experiences get together to raise issues and try to change things.

Collective advocacy groups offer a safe space to explore shared mental health issues, to campaign and influence the agendas and decisions that affect our lives. On this page you can find details of all of our collective advocacy projects. If you’re ready to get involved fill in the sign up form below.

A group can have a stronger, louder voice than one person in taking forward shared issues. This makes groups more difficult to ignore.

What collective independent advocacy looks like at CAPS

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