It's Time To Change Our Advocacy Model

The seed of networking did not only grow tall, it also grew deep. The standards of organizing for problem solving and validating solutions has been improved; accountability counts. networking is aggregating individual input into a measurable part of making innovations to advocacy. We produce first step and direct organizing designs based on mutual agreements. From those new designs we’ve been able to speed up work on finding new claims and best responses. The next stage of work has been in finding the missing practices to have a data-used definition alignment check. The DUD alignment checks have illuminated a spectrum of new data-types used for advocacy and organizing. And changes to our organizing and advocacy models must be made or the cycle of disarticulation will continue. CEO