CILIP have developed a Campaigning Toolkit that provides guidance and advice.
Unesco have produced an easy-to-read publication on what information literacy means. It is designed for busy public policy-makers, business executives, civil society administrators and practicing professionals and could therefore be used in advocacy work. It is called “Understanding information literacy: a primer” and is available for downloading in English or French from their website.
UNSECO has created an Information Literacy logo that you can use to make communication easier between your peers, your community, and society in general. You can download colour and black & white versions of the logo from InfoLit Global.