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Using drama in community advocacy work

A resource on using drama in community advocacy work, for use in training or as a discussion starter

2006

Footsteps magazine issues on a wooden desk.

From: Human rights – Footsteps 66

Respecting and standing up for our own rights and the rights of others

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