Advocacy and the Media

Sharing your story with the media – newspapers, radio, television and the Internet – can be a powerful way to advocate for change or action on an issue. It is very important to remember that proactively speaking to the media should be only considered as a last resort in your advocacy efforts. Communicating through the media takes your issue from being private to being public and can educate a broader audience on the issue. This can put pressure on the government, who care greatly what their constituents believe.

For this reason, engaging media is a serious step that should only be considered after exhausting all other avenues of advocacy and consulting with Kidney Cancer Canada.


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