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In common usage, "advocacy" refers to the political process by an individual or group which aims to influence public-policy and resource allocation decisions. The word "activism" refers to efforts to promote, impede, or direct social, political, religious, economic, or environmental change. We use the words interchangeably here on electowiki.
There are many electoral reform organizations all over the world. Since electoral reform is heavily dependent on local laws and local communities, many nations and localities have separate chapters for advocacy purposes.
Regional organizations[edit | edit source]
This page will be broken down by continent/region (ordered east to west from the international date line), then by nation (ordered alphabetically).
Oceania[edit | edit source]
Asia[edit | edit source]
Africa[edit | edit source]
Europe[edit | edit source]
- main article: Advocacy/Europe
United Kingdom[edit | edit source]
North America[edit | edit source]
- main article: Advocacy/North America
Canada[edit | edit source]
- main article: Advocacy/Canada
Mexico[edit | edit source]
- main article: Advocacy/Mexico
United States[edit | edit source]
- main article: Advocacy/United States
There are many organizations advocating for electoral reform in the United States. Among those:
- FairVote - promotes IRV
- The Center for Election Science - promotes Approval voting
- Equal Vote Coalition
- Ranked Choice Voting Resource Center
South America[edit | edit source]
Notes[edit | edit source]
Voting reform activism generally follows a plan of studying a voting reform academically, educating voters about the proposed voting reform, and quantifying the positive and/or negative effects of the reform after its implementation. Example: 
References[edit | edit source]
- "Transparency". The Center for Election Science. Retrieved 2020-05-14.