Blueprint To Lift Every Voice represents a more effective advocacy model for handling the suggestions and claims made by individuals. Our networking starts from the point you make a 1st party claim or share an experience for pointing out a problem or potential problem. The method opens full inclusiveness for defining problems and selecting solutions. This method adds a transparent continuum to what is claimed, collected and acknowledged. 

Step-1 We collect the individual’s answers to the mate3 questions.        
(1) What happened to you?                                                                                                      
(2) What would you like to see happen?
(3) And how do you think others can help?

Step-2 Organize and aggregate the collected 1st party claims for connecting with first step organizers, advocates, databases and others that have similar experiences and claims.
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Step-3 Have the 1st party claims of experience collected ready to present as needed to define problems and validate solutions.
Step-4 Invite others to contribute their 1st party claims to the network collection in an ongoing collection effort.
By raising the value of the 1st party claims we create a margin of empowerment for the average person. 

Step-5 simultaneously recruit individuals to initiate 1st party experience based advocacy, activism and volunteerism.

We collect more claims,
from more individuals
in more places,
on more subjects
 at more times,
than anyone! 

We'll alert you when we receive the claims you want to know about! Let us know what your 1st party claim of experience is. Or you can tell us the type of claims you're interested in by emailing to:

How You Start Networking 
Call a friend, a family member or a stranger and tell them its time to mutually agree to exchange 3 answers as a group. Each one, reach one and connect one for networking. Become a person willing to mutually agree to exchange 1st party claims and experiences for the sake of advocacy. Simply exchanging your 1st party experiences and claims for public awareness and archiving. Join others in having our input positioned to be used as needed to help define problems and point to solutions. The experiences and claims that we collect and exchange are used to find patterns, nuances and points for intervention. 

What Networking Has Accomplished networking has developed methods that have impacted five key areas and objectives for better advocacy. (1) Creating an infrastructure that can collect, organize and present the individual input of suggestions, claims, complaints and personal experiences as needed. (2) Providing instructional training on how to sustain best practices for the individual input management infrastructure. (3) Developing incentives for individuals that share their verbal, written and pictorial inputs. (4) Raise the numbers of individuals engaged in mutual agreements to exchange the minimum answers. (5) Formulating policies that expand the role of the individual input and its use in problem defining, decision making and problem solving.

Direct Benefits Of Networking  
(1) Gives you a pre-plan for getting advocacy assistance faster. (2) Gives you improved distribution of your 1st party experiences and claims to responsible and interested persons. (3) Gives you the leverage of mutually agreeing members to account for your submitted experiences, claims and suggestions. (4) Gives you systematic one-point access to others to help find solutions. (5) Gives you easier and faster start-up time for early intervention.(6) Gives you the position to become aware of the 1st party claims from others on the same issue as yours. (7) Gives you connectivity to engage in defining problems, building advocacy and validating solutions. (9) Gives faster sharing with others who are related to the issue by previous experience, position or interest. 

Purpose Of The Networking 
Operating the infrastructure is for sustaining an evolving directory for advocacy which is the purpose of networking. Getting the first-party experiences and claims for public awareness and advocacy is what we do. Those experiences and claims offer the most organic insights of problem solving success.  The fast moving fluidity of complex issues that need our individual input is the demand of growing democracy today. And it’s today that we must ramp up our ability to collect the individual experiences and claims to match with the claims of public administrators. declares that the time for better policies and practices for citizen input collection is now.