Why a Diabetes Advocacy Network?

Advocates work to ensure that individuals or groups receive fair treatment, access to resources, and opportunities to have their voices heard in various contexts, such as medical, employment, or political matters.

Everyone can be an advocate and advocacy empowers individuals to articulate their needs, put right injustices, and bring about positive change.

It allows for effective representation of marginalised groups, influences policy decisions, promotes access to justice, and ensures a fair and equitable society for all.

The Global Diabetes Advocacy Network exists to help you become an even more effective advocate on behalf of yourself, but also for others with diabetes, or faced with its prospect. It aims to arm you with the facts and cases to improve your and others care.

GDAN will bring you the issues and challenges being faced around the world with some of the solutions that can