Advocacy ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Advocacy ( noun )

  1. Public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy.
  2. The act of pleading on someone's behalf.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french avocacie, from avocat "advocate", from latin advocatus (see advocate).

Examples:

  1. The organization"s mission is to promote advocacy for children"s rights.
  2. He has a long history of advocacy for the disabled.
  3. The group's advocacy led to the passage of the new law.
  4. Advocacy groups are lobbying for stricter gun control laws.
  5. The lawyer's role is to provide advocacy for her client in court.

(As a verb)

Advocacy ( verb )

  1. Public support for or recommendation of a particular cause or policy.
  2. The act of pleading on someone's behalf.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french avocacie, from avocat "advocate", from latin advocatus (see advocate).

Examples:

  1. The organization"s mission is to promote advocacy for children"s rights.
  2. He has a long history of advocacy for the disabled.
  3. The group's advocacy led to the passage of the new law.
  4. Advocacy groups are lobbying for stricter gun control laws.
  5. The lawyer's role is to provide advocacy for her client in court.
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