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Arjun Claire

broader advocacy framework, characterised by three strategies to guarantee people’s basic assistance and protection needs: persuasion, mobilisation and denunciation ( Slim and Bonwick, 2005 : 84). With its origins in the anti-slavery campaign, and later the civil rights movement in the United States and beyond, advocacy, as such, largely replaced activism 1 with an emphasis on insider ‘lobbying’ strategies, leading critics to suggest that it became a

Journal of Humanitarian Affairs
Matthew S. Weinert

self-affirmational performance that actualizes potentialities of existence: think of Rosa Parks’ now iconic seating which unleashed a civil rights movement, or LGBT Pride Day parades that exhibit and celebrate a right to Be , or the 2013 ‘drive-ins’ in Saudi Arabia in which women, legally prohibited from driving automobiles, flouted the injunction (Hubbard 2013 ). Third

in Recognition and Global Politics