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Accountability…to Whom?The Washington Post recently published a nuanced piece about Greg Mortenson (of Three Cups of Tea fame) as he attempts to rehabilitate his image and that of his NGO after...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Resilience, Evaluation and Accountability
God Save the Post-itBeth Kanter’s recent commentary on that famous sticky note explores its great potential to enhance your meeting facilitation technique. We’ve used post-its for all kinds of things...
Tags: Philanthropy, Evaluation Theory and Methods, International Development
Measuring Community OrganizingSue Hoechstetter and colleagues at Alliance for Justice (AFJ) are creating a go-to clearinghouse of advocacy evaluation tools. Last year, they released a revamped...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Community Development, Evaluation Tools
Breakfast's On Us Next FridayOur next advocacy evaluation breakfast is coming up – on September 26th at 8:15am – so we encourage you to register and reserve your seat (and croissant) ASAP. Sam Daley-...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Methods, public health
Next Breakfast Event on June 9th!We clearly didn’t get enough pastries last time around ‘cause we’re gearing up for our next breakfast event in less than two weeks, on June 9th. This time around,...
Tags: APEP News, Media Impact Assessments, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Philanthropy
Productive Anxiety?Diana Scearce of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation shared some brief and provocative (and you know we just love brief and provocative) thoughts about promoting learning...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Philanthropy
Understanding Social ConnectionsWith support from CARE and Plan International, the Institute for Reproductive Health at Georgetown University set out to study the role of social networks in the...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy and Social Media
Calling all Early-Risers (and Late-Risers with Alarm Clocks)Our next Advocacy Evaluation Breakfast is this coming Tuesday, April 1st, from 8:15 to 9:45AM here at the Aspen Institute, One Dupont...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Methods
Let’s Talk ContributionPhil Buchanan’s recent opinion article for The Chronicle of Philanthropy was spot-on.  He writes about the tension between assessing a nonprofit’s solo performance (and...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Movement Building, Citizen engagement
Quick and DirtyThere are some really valuable advocacy evaluation guides out there in the interwebs. Some of our favorites include Julia Coffman’s guide to advocacy evaluation planning and advocacy M...
Tags: Health, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy Evaluation

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