(Correct Answer) MPH509 Module 3: CBPR Skill-Building Activity – Part 1 Walking Tour



Reflect and share your perspective on the following questions.

  1. Why is it important that CBPR projects/programs become involved in policy advocacy and change? Please use examples from the readings where CBPR approaches supported community-based policy advocacy and change.
  2. What are some of the tensions between the community and the academy in advocating for policy change? How does CBPR help communities consider or think differently about problems affecting them?
  3. In reviewing the readings, what are some of the strategies used by the CBPR projects to address the opposition to their work/policy advocacy? Please describe the effectiveness of these strategies. (Please pick three projects to discuss.)

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