The following resources and websites were great sources of inspiration and guidance for the advocacy toolkit:

Advocacy 101: Kidney Cancer Canada

Advocacy 101: Youth Advocacy Toolkit, Schizophrenia Society of Ontario

Advocacy and Lobby Guide, Tools and Tips: Unifor National

Advocacy Toolkit: Peace Child International

Amnesty International UK.

Canada, Department of Justice Glossary of Legal Terms

Change the World (by having fun): YWCA Canada Youth Civil Engagement Toolkit

Chanie Wenjack School for Indigenous Studies, Trent University

Children’s Legal Resource Centre

Dismantling Racism Works Web Workbook

From Youth to You: FCJ Refugee Centre Toolkit

Human Rights Legal Support Centre, Common Legal Terms

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada, FN as Reporting Entity (FNRE) Typical Functional Organizational Chart - Diagram

“Indigenous Canada”, University of Alberta Massive Open Online Course

Inuit Qaujisarvingat: Inuit Knowledge Centre at ITK

Métis Nation of Alberta

Métis Nation of Ontario

Métis National Council

Parliament of Canada: Overview of the Canadian Parliamentary System

Suffolk University Boston, Social Justice Terminology

The Canadian Encyclopedia, School Boards

Unicef, Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women In Brief, for Adolescents

United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

Vision, Values, and Voice, A Social Justice Communications Toolkit: Opportunity Agenda

Want to Organize a Protest? Here are 9 Things You Need to Know by KaeLyn

Young people as advocates – your action for change toolkit: International Planned Parenthood Federation

Youth Activist’s Toolkit, Advocates for Youth

Publication Date: July 2018