Advocacy and Action
Advocacy can take many forms. British Columbians have been faced with a growing need to advocate for a strong and stable public education system.
Concerned citizens have been taking action in diverse ways: lobbying MLAs and school trustees, building coalitions, writing letters to editors, making submissions to legislative committees, holding community forums, writing songs of social change, participating
in protest demonstrations. Whatever way you choose to put advocacy into action, you will need solid information and sound strategies to assist you.
The BCTF on YouTube
The BCTF joins the YouTube community with videos highlighting public education issues with humour, satire, and irony.
External campaigns and coalitions
The BCTF frequently works in coalition with other groups in support of public education, public services and other important issues congruent with Federation policy. The BCTF has joined or is supporting a number of external campaigns and coalitions.