Below are some resources that may be especially helpful to people wanting to learn some of the history of Citizen Advocacy. The videos below also feature Dr Wolf Wolfensberger, the originator of Citizen Advocacy and Social Role Valorization. We have also listed here material important in understanding some of the technical detail associated with good citizen advocacy programme practices. This will be especially important to Board Members and Staff of Citizen Advocacy programmes.
An Updated Sketch of the Rationales for the Existence and Independence of the Citizen Advocacy Office
Seeing Red: From Anger to Advocacy. A guide to community inclusion for all by Ethel Temby with Patricia O'Brien
A book published by STAR Victoria 03 9650 2730 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Reflections on Citizen Advocacy
Reflections on Citizen Advocacy, taken from interviews for an upcoming documentary on Wolf Wolfensberger and the Principle of Normalization.
Book: Transforming Vulnerable Lives
Edited by Debra Davis. Foreword by Julian Burnside AO QC. Obtain from Citizen Advocacy South Australia www.citizenadvocacysa.com.au