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Advocacy and systems change evaluation call resources

Hi everyone!

Recently during discussion on the Pelican list around the inadequacy of traditional M&E approaches methods for advocacy and transformative change efforts a number of calls were proposed to dig deeper into the issues. I just wanted to share here a few resources (and thank you to Rituu for suggesting!)

All best!

Catherine

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Comment by Nyarai Mutongwizo on December 12, 2019 at 17:23
Very useful indeed thank you
Comment by Rituu B Nanda on December 12, 2019 at 12:38

Hi Catherine,

I did a long term project -baseline and endline with Participatory action research on topic of evaluation. it was with sex workers in India and Cambodia for IDRC. Here is the link https://idl-bnc-idrc.dspacedirect.org/bitstream/handle/10625/49837/... 

We focused on measuring shift in advocacy strategies from reactive to proactive strategies
with a potential impact on the lives and wellbeing of 70,000 sex workers.
 Transformation in human rights documentation processes carried out by partners
which included evidence gathering and analysis on violence against sex-workers and
visualisations of this evidence.
 Growth in knowledge of the importance of effective information management in
digital documentation.
 Insight into community-owned and aggregated data given a growing, global
movement towards open data for accountability and transparency.
 Development of integrated self-evaluation tools which will continue to be used by
partners.
 Contribution to the scholarship on on violence against sex-workers and advocacy for
their human rights.

Comment by Dr. Gazi Sakir Mohammad Pritom on October 31, 2019 at 10:44

These are great resources, thank you for sharing.

Comment by Rituu B Nanda on October 30, 2019 at 12:13

Thanks dear Catherine! Am adding more resources

Advocacy Accelerator's webinar on “No Royal Road: Finding and Following the Natural Pathways in Advocacy Evaluation

Here’s the webinar recording https://drive.google.com/file/d/1oS5k_g6F7v2p2qQyIDK6WOO4rjv0VbXs/v.... Attached please find the panellists’ PowerPoint presentation.

 

We also thought that you might find the following resources that the panellists touched on useful:

 

 

Courtesy:  Patricia Wasunna, Knowledge Management and Community Officer, Advocacy Accelerator, C/o Amref Health Africa Headquarters

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