Advocacy Resources

We have compiled a series of advocacy resources to help schools and supporters with campaigning – for example, in planning a hustings event or engaging with elected representatives.This is a great time for practitioners and supporters of integrated education to have a say, both on behalf of their school and of the wider movement and presents a major opportunity to help plan the future of education in Northern Ireland.

We have compiled a series of advocacy resources to help schools and supporters with campaigning – for example, in planning a hustings event or engaging with elected representatives.

Politicians contact details:
Find your MEP
Find your local MP
Find your local MLA
Find your local Councillor

 

Other resources:
Template letter
Running a Hustings event

Useful reports:
IEF Alternative Manifesto
Young People’s Voices Report
Redefining High Performance in Northern Ireland 

 

The new Departments are as follows:
The Executive Office
Department of Agriculture, Environment & Rural Affairs
Department for Communities
Department of Education
Department for the Economy
Department of Finance
Department for Infrastructure
Department of Health
Department of Justice

 
New Councils
Ards and North Down District
Antrim and Newtownabbey District
Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon District
Belfast District
Causeway Coast and Glens District
Derry and Strabane District
Fermanagh and Omagh District
Lisburn and Castlereagh District
Mid and East Antrim District
Mid Ulster District
Newry, Mourne and Down District

 

If you would like any further information, help or guidance on engaging with politicians, contact Maddy Bridgman, Public Affairs and Advocacy Officer at 028 9069 4099 or maddy@ief.org.uk