Advocacy comprises more than in-person conversations with lawmakers. It requires connecting with a variety of audiences and tailoring your messages to what they care about most.
In this recording of the Public Advocacy Forum at Neuroscience 2018, advocates from across the field share how they build their present advocacy activities on past ones, find ways to advocate throughout the day, and communicate how their research improves lives.
You’ll learn how different audiences think about science, as well as how to tap into preexisting support for research among nonscientists and use key advocacy tools to demonstrate the impact of science funding over time — the story scientists are best suited to tell.
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