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Changing the lives of communities, apart from the efforts of community residents, also requires the cooperation of public policies. Residents, social welfare organisations, and regional officials should all participate in public policy discussions and make suggestions for improvement to enhance the rights and interests of poor communities. CEDAR believes that the poor can contribute to their communities. Therefore, we make advocacy from an institutional perspective and promote citizen participation, educate residents in slums to understand the issues that affect the community’s well-being, drive discussions among residents, and organise various issue groups to allow them to participate in the advocacy work.

Advocacy Projects