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(usually plural) a social group whose members control some field of activity and who have common aims

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He added that advocacy groups were important voices to ensure continuous engagement with government for family planning services.
The ministry further wishes to encourage advocacy groups such as Khwedom Council to engage with government in an open, sincere and transparent manner.
is supporting three US-based patient advocacy groups through the Solutions to Empower Patients (STEP) Program, the company said.
However, rather than suing for the right to serve the businesses, the credit union is seeking a mandate that would permit it to serve cannabis advocacy groups and non-profits.
"In collaboration with OraSure, we are looking forward to working with Housing Works as well as other HIV/ AIDS advocacy groups across the country as we continue to build on our 35-year history of community support in highly impacted communities."
There's been no increase in the amount spent by anti-Donald Trump PACs and advocacy groups on TV and radio.
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The curtain will rise on a new cultural advocacy group at The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts this evening.
Ople Policy Centre, a migrant advocacy group in Manila that campaigned against the bill, told Gulf News.
Of the 10 largest advocacy groups, seven take ultra-conservative stands on social issues.
STUDENTS are invited to lead mental health and wellbeing advocacy groups on university campuses.
Fostering the Partnership was a unique and innovative forum for genitourinary (GU) cancer survivors, advocacy groups and health care professionals (HCPs) to explore ways to collaboratively enhance GU cancer survivorship.
Only 18% of those advocacy groups identified Lilly as a corporate sponsor.
GAO also interviewed specialists at six prominent Down syndrome clinics and 12 advocacy groups to examine what resources families receive and to identify barriers they face.
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