The Center for Evaluation Innovation was created in 2009 to push evaluation practice in new directions and into new arenas. It specializes in areas that are hard to measure and where conventional program evaluation approaches are not always a good fit. This includes, for example, advocacy and policy change, communications, and systems change efforts.
This brief report lays out ten theories of advocacy and policy change. These theories are intended to articulate the policy making process and identify causal connections supported by research to explain how and why a change may or may not...
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