Time to Reflect
This week marked another success for same-sex marriage advocates: Delaware Governor Jack Markell enthusiastically signed into law a same-sex marriage bill that only minutes earlier
Movement & Momentum
In One in Seven, the Disability Rights Fund (DRF) presents the ongoing evolution and progress of the global disability rights movement by highlighting the work of several organizations
The Art of Influence
In a recent paper, Kristen Grimm of Spitfire Strategies writes about a topic that goes to the heart of what all advocacy groups attempt to do—that is, influence the process
Thinking Big—and Evaluating Along the Way
Folks at the Atlantic Philanthropies are actively seeking ways to communicate the lessons they’ve picked up (sometimes the hard way) over the years about the work of philanthropy.
Calling All Breakfast Aficionados: Join Us on February 28th, 8:15 – 9:45AM
Craig Charney, Founder and President of Charney Research, will be on hand to chat with us about the potential role of public opinion surveys in development evaluations.
Come Have Breakfast with Us on February 28th, 8:15 – 9:45AM
Ladies and gents, our second Advocacy Evaluation Breakfast of the year is fast approaching on February 28th. This time around, we’ve invited Craig Charney, President of
What's in an Ask?
This week, we stumbled upon a blog post about networking and the power of the “ask.” Because we’re often hired to evaluate educational convenings or trips, this
So You Failed…
Cue the sad music. And the rain clouds. But once you’ve gone through all those post-failure emotions, what's next? Sarika Bansal's "The Power of Failure" has a few apt suggestions: