Many of the most important social and policy changes that we've seen over the last century have stemmed, at least in part, because of legal advocacy strategies, often supported by philanthropy.
Civil rights, gender equality, voting rights, health access, and marriage equality are just some of the examples.
Going forward, the courts will continue to play an instrumental role in how our social, political, and cultural landscape takes shape.
Which is why I'm so excited about working with TCC Group over the last year, as part of the Atlas Learning Project, on a series of resources to help inform funders and advocates about how to engage in and support legal advocacy strategies. In addition to a gripping and inspiring video, TCC Group is also releasing three briefs to help funders, advocates, and evaluators better understand and support legal advocacy efforts.