Establishing and nurturing relationships with your elected officials plays a crucial role in the Ignatian Solidarity Network and our partners’ efforts to respond to unjust structures that exist within society today.
Advocacy 101 Resources
The training guide for schools and communities features tips for advocacy meeting preparation and follow-up, a 90-minute training agenda, sample advocacy letters, meeting planners, and more!
Visit our friends at the Jesuit Conference National Advocacy Office’s new advocacy website for action opportunities, issue resources, and more!
The state-level advocacy guidebooks help prepare you to be an effective advocate in your state. Guides include advocacy processes, helpful terms, congressional committee assignments, and more.
U.S. Jesuit Institutions and Congressional Representatives
Find Your Elected Officials
Advocacy Meeting Report-Back
After you’ve finished preparing, practicing, meeting, and following up on your advocacy visit, please let us know how your visit went. By sharing with us the office you met with, the issues you discussed, and how the office responded to your ask, we and our colleagues at the Jesuit Conference can incorporate your experiences into our ongoing advocacy efforts.