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Advocacy that influences or informs public policy has the potential to achieve large-scale results for individuals, families, and communities. Consequently, there is much interest in understanding how to make advocacy and policy change efforts more effective. While previously relegated as “too hard to measure,” advocacy evaluation has become a burgeoning field. This 32-page issue of The Evaluation Exchange helps to build this new field by defining the developments that are shaping it and showing how enterprising evaluators, nonprofits, and funders are tackling the advocacy evaluation challenge.

Click here to read The Evaluation Exchange Issue on Advocacy and Policy Change.

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