individuals advocate for someone else usually in a one-on-one context (e.g., teachers who work in the prison system can advocate for the students’ needs of digital literacy because they work closely with them and understand the challenges their students face. They know which resources are needed, and who to ask to provide them).
Championing a specific cause or issue that an organization and its supporters are passionate about (e.g., a local nonprofit organization can run an advocacy campaign in support of prison education’s link with employability. The NGO can connect with the community and the employers and influence the public opinion).
Advocacy on a large scale, with a goal of affecting change within a social, economic, or political system (e.g., A huge organization or/and more organizations with force of influence and policy makers can use advocacy and campaigns to influence public opinion and introducing the right to education in prison in the EU Human Rights Charter).