Advocacy is an involved process that, for CPF, includes organizing around a specific issue, building community support to influence decision makers, and advocating for FSL programs and for our children’s education.

Our research-based advocacy gives a voice to the thousands of Canadians nationwide who want greater linguistic opportunities for their children with every passing generation; and as successful advocates, we have informed and influenced decision-makers at every jurisdictional level, from the school board to the Canadian Cabinet.

  • CPF Advocacy Toolkit for Parent Advocates

    The Toolkit will be an evolving resource - coming soon!

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  • Advocacy Reports and Documents

    Continually updated in order to provide you with the most current resources possible.

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  • Key Principles of Advocacy

    These 10 key guidelines form the foundation for successful advocacy, and are the building blocks of a successful national advocacy body.

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  • Stakeholder Reports

    Canadian Parents for French (CPF) held a national forum for French-second-langue (FSL) stakeholders on Wednesday, April 21st, 2004 in Ottawa. This forum provided an opportunity for national FSL stakeholders to review recommendations from a series of provincial and territorial FSL consultations.

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  • The State of French Second Language (FSL) Education in Ontario

    Statistics and information on FSL in Ontario.

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See also:

Research-Based Advocacy Resources (2007)



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