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By Neil Bateman

ISBN-10: 1853028657

ISBN-13: 9781853028656

So much execs operating in health and wellbeing or social care are required to behave as advocates as a part of their paintings. A social employee should want to receive more cash or a specific provider for a consumer; a housing professional may have to assist a tenant whose profit has been behind schedule by way of an area authority; a voluntary physique may possibly choose to problem an announcement of specified schooling wishes for a kid. it is a useful advisor to advocacy abilities particularly written for these within the well-being and social care professions. the writer examines the functionality of advocacy inside of those professions and the way to interview, negotiate and self-manage effectively. He offers a constitution for advocacy, a consultant to the moral implication and recommendation on litigation and criminal concerns.

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Ultimately it will depend on the advocate’s own values and judgement, but the dilemma can be minimised by applying Principle number 2. ETHICAL PRINCIPLES FOR EFFECTIVE ADVOCACY 49 Acting in the best interests of a client can also, occasionally, involve the farcical, as the following example shows: Advocacy may require a professional devotion to causes hopeless beyond redemption even by the most skilful of exponents of the craft. ‘In 1616 a defendant pleaded infancy as a defence to an action. However, it was found by sufficient proof, by oath and by examination of the church book, that he was of the age of 63 years’.

One can view the political element of citizenship as the right to participate in the exercise of power. At its very least this involves voting, but it should extend to lobbying political decision makers and the right to become a decision maker oneself. WHAT ADVOCACY IS, WHY IT MATTERS AND WHY IT HAPPENS 41 The social element of citizenship involves the right to enjoy minimum standards of welfare and security. Clearly the right and ability to have access to adequate education and social security are fundamental.

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