Organizing a Strategic Policy Coalition

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This online module explores the early stages of the policy process and introduces a model for a coalition structure intended to achieve a specific local policy goal.  This online course is available free of charge and can be accessed at any time.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the difference between a traditional community coalition and a strategic policy coalition.
  2. Define the structural components and membership levels of a strategic policy coalition.
  3. Identify and partner with community organizations that represent burdened populations.
  4. Describe skills and tips needed to successfully manage a strategic policy coalition.

This learning module is part of "Foundations And Strategies of Tobacco Control” and is funded by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment State Tobacco Education and Prevention Partnership. This online course is available free of charge and can be accessed at any time.

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