Content tagged with “Evaluation Theory and Methods”
Global Health Policy Networks At our last advocacy evaluation breakfast, American University professor Jeremy Shiffman presented on his work for the Gates Foundation’s Global Health Advocacy and...
Tags: Education, global health, Evaluation Theory and Methods
Bipartisanship?! Really? The Kaiser Family Foundation published the results of their latest poll of the American public—this time on spending in global health projects in the developing world. The...
Tags: Education, Philanthropy, global health, Evaluation Theory and Methods, US Politics
Save The Date: Advocacy Evaluation Breakfast on May 8th, 8:15-9:45AM It’s morning. You’re hungry. And under-caffeinated. You think: “whatever happened to APEP’s advocacy evaluation breakfasts?” Don’t...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, APEP News, Advocacy Strategies
Evaluating Talk Two weeks ago, we featured the Huffington Post piece of an Aspen Institute colleague arguing for the value of talk. Coincidentally, The New Yorker recently asked: so, what really...
Tags: Education, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy and Social Media
Complex Situations, New Techniques It’s no secret that we’re huge fans of Michael Quinn Patton’s “developmental evaluation” approach. Heck, it’s a core part of how we work. So we were super excited...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy Strategies
The Potential Power of Talk It may seem a little self-serving to highlight a sister Aspen Institute program, but our colleague Judy Samuelson makes some great points in a Huffington Post piece about...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy and Social Media, Advocacy Strategies
Healthy Eating in the News In the latest issue of Ecology of Food and Nutrition, researchers explore how US television news reports present beverage nutrition information. They find that almost 1/3...
Tags: Human Rights, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy Strategies
A Message from APEP Head Honcho, David Devlin-Foltz As many of our Washington DC colleagues know already, Lisa Molinaro is leaving the Advocacy Planning and Evaluation Program on February 8th to...
Tags: Education, Evaluation Theory and Methods, APEP News
Blackout This past Wednesday, a number of hugely popular websites either closed shop for the day or altered their interface as a sign of protest against two controversial intellectual property bills...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy and Social Media, Advocacy Strategies
Wanted: Suggestions for Future Advocacy Evaluation Breakfasts Many thanks to those of you who attended last week’s advocacy evaluation breakfast with our colleagues from the United Nations Foundation...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, APEP News, Advocacy Strategies