Most publications do not use the word "advocacy" even if they are actually advocating for something. Try adding these words to keywords you have already used to research your topic:
You can then search for advocacy in articles, news, policies, laws, and other sources.
"Activism is action on behalf of a cause, action that goes beyond what is conventional or routine. The action might be door-to-door canvassing, alternative radio, public meetings, rallies, or fasting..." Encyclopedia of Activism and Social Justice
Community activists and advocates work in their communities and communicate to the public through easily-accessible platforms such as social media, websites, or podcasts. Listening to the voices of activists and following movements can help you follow current conversations happening around advocacy on a topic. There is no easy database or academic resource that compiles all of this in one place.
Here are some tips to find relevant voices:
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