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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
Upcoming Advocacy Evaluation BreakfastSurveys, as they are commonly used in advocacy evaluation, often ask key stakeholders to assign rankings or scores to specific advocacy organizations based on...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Public Policy
EncoresWe were thrilled to see a familiar name in the most-recent issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review: “CHANGE Takes Time” by Serra Sippel of the Center for Health and Gender Equity. Some...
Tags: APEP News, Evaluation Theory and Methods, global health, Philanthropy
Frustrated with Economists? Try Behavioral Economics.The Center for Global Development just came out with yet another smart essay on a fascinating topic titled "The Nature of the Beast: What...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, APEP News, Advocacy and Social Media
Impactful Impactfulness for ImpactOn July 17th, the Center for Global Development and the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation hosted an impressive daylong conference on the state of the...
Tags: Evaluation Theory and Methods, Advocacy Strategies, Media and Entertainment
Be Sure to Register for Next Week’s Breakfast Chat on “Assessing Advocacy”Redstone Strategy Group’s Nathan Huttner is coming all the way from the great state of Colorado on July 9th to talk about a...
Tags: APEP News, International Development, Evaluation Theory and Methods
Pass It Along The Institute for Inclusive Security (IIS) may not have the most transparent name, but this blog post explains its purpose indirectly by highlighting mainly what others do.  Nice....
Tags: Advocacy Strategies, Evaluation Theory and Methods, Women's Rights

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