Reflect and share your perspective on the following questions.
- Why is it important that CBPR projects/programs become involved in policy advocacy and change? Please use examples from the readings where CBPR approaches supported community-based policy advocacy and change.
- What are some of the tensions between the community and the academy in advocating for policy change? How does CBPR help communities consider or think differently about problems affecting them?
- In reviewing the readings, what are some of the strategies used by the CBPR projects to address the opposition to their work/policy advocacy? Please describe the effectiveness of these strategies. (Please pick three projects to discuss.)
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It is important for CBPR projects/ programs to become involved in policy advocacy and change because they allow academic researchers and leaders of communities to work together and advocate policy change through promulgating evidenced-based programs tailored for the participants’ communities (Igraham et al., 2015). The Brooklyn Food Coalition is an example where CBPR approaches supported community-based policy advocacy and change. This non-profit organization advocates for…
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