Now more than ever, there are numerous sources of data available to help assist your advocacy efforts. If you have convincing and compelling data, it can assist in your efforts to engage policy staffers, reporters, supporters, and elected officials. Join us to lean how to create meaningful data visualization pieces on your organization’s website or social media accounts.
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Data can bolster your policy viewpoint and demonstrate your knowledge on an issue. However, explaining and communicating complex policy using data can be challenging, especially when you have a limited time window to layout your case.
It’s time to make a more compelling argument using data. In this webinar, you will hear how to:
- Build data visualization content that excites
- Identify key data sources and ensure your organization’s research efforts support your organization’s government affairs strategy
- Train your lobbyists or grassroots advocates strategies for using facts and figures while not losing sight of the story and reason they are advocating
- Use data to compliment and build upon a compelling advocacy story
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