Issue making and agenda setting. Social work and social policy practice.
Order DescriptionBy identifying a real issue in the community or agency, or an imaginative issue, critically develop a detailed plan that should demonstrate how you are going to make an issue and bring it on the policy agenda. Your plan and discussion should reflect tasks to be undertaken in the diagnosing context, softening context and activating stage and a range of skills needed to make the issue and bring it on the policy agenda. It should also include: • a written speech to an appropriate audience; • a written proposal and a letter to appropriate persons and bodies; • media briefs;