Course: SWRK 645. Urban Social Policy and Advocacy (3)
Prerequisite: Second year standing. This course is designed to help students gain knowledge and skills of policy practice, specifically social justice advocacy. Incorporating an intersectional and critical analysis of historical and current issues related to power and privilege, students learn to create and implement effective justice-based advocacy projects to promote change. Students develop strategies for team building, engaging community stakeholders, organizing, planning, facilitating, and evaluating a targeted advocacy effort consistent with the social work responsibility to challenge social injustice while engaging in social and political action.