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Measuring Advocacy

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This page is a place to upload papers that share broader lessons and insights (not tools or indicators) to keep in mind when evaluating advocacy.  


1. "The Elusive Craft of Evaluating Advocacy" by Steven Telus and Mark Schmitt (2011) provides some compelling points on the nonlinear and complex nature of evaluating advocacy efforts, particularly given the multiple, and context and time specific, forces which shape eventual outcomes. They call for a shift from primarily measuring the outcomes or acts of advocacy to a shift on evaluating the advocates, or advocacy organizations, particularly the influence and value that these organizations have on others, as well as highlight the importance of assessing the organization's strategic capacity.



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