Measuring impact of advocacy 2017-09-14T11:40:43+00:00

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Measuring impact of advocacy

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Save the Children: Monitoring and evaluating advocacy

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This document offers guidance on how to develop a MEAL framework for
advocacy, how to construct advocacy objectives and indicators, and what types of
evidence and data to collect.

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Monitoring and Evaluation of Policy Influence and Advocacy

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This ODI Working Paper presents a comprehensive review of the

theory and practice of monitoring and evaluating

advocacy and policy influence

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LabStorm: Measuring the Impact of Advocacy

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Article written by Dalberg Global Development Advisors for Feedback Labs

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Measuring Influence: Advocacy Evaluation Challenges and Successes

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This document presents an overview of what we at Innovation Network have learned from our work in advocacy evaluation. Originally presented as a 5- part weekly series on GrantStation.com, “Measuring Influence” was written as an introduction to advocacy evaluation. Its intended audience was nonprofit staff with no evaluation expertise or experience.

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UNICEF: Monitoring and Evaluating Advocacy

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Chapter 4 in UNICEF’s Advocacy Toolkit on monitoring and evaluating advocacy. The toolkit refers to two types of evaluation: (1) impact
evaluation, which measures a strategy’s results for people and communities, and (2) formative evaluation, which measures a strategy’s quality and efficiency, examining what was done and how well it was done.

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Measuring Advocacy and Policy

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A guide developed by the Annie E. Casey Foundation by Organizational Research Services

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Stanford Social Innovation Review: Measuring Advocacy

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Five measurement strategies that enable rapid course correction and continuous improvement.

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International Advocacy Evaluation Community of Practice

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A community of practice is a group of people who share a concern, a set of problems, or a passion about a topic, and who deepen their expertise in this area by interacting online or in person. This community focuses on the monitoring and evaluation of advocacy for global social change issues that include development, poverty, the environment, climate, peace, and security.

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