Advocacy M&E: examples from Global Witness, Save, Amnesty and CDKN

December 18, 2013 at 7:42 am Leave a comment

Below are some useful examples – presentation posters – of how leading NGOs are tackling advocacy monitoring and evaluation:

Developing a Planning, Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (PMEL) System for Global Witness. Jenny Ross (Consultant and INTRAC Associate) and Gavin Hayman (Global Witness)
http://www.intrac.org/data/files/NGO_Forum_2013/Jenny_Ross_Global_Witness_-_final.pdf

Tracking advocacy efforts: Save the Children’s Advocacy MonitoringTool. Save the Children
http://www.intrac.org/data/files/NGO_Forum_2013/Save_the_Children_-_final.pdf

Supporting international climate negotiators: a monitoring and evaluation framework. Climate and Development Knowledge Network (CDKN)
http://www.intrac.org/data/files/Afternoon/CDKN_-_final.pdf

Using ‘theory of change’ approach to assess human rights advocacy. Amnesty International
http://www.intrac.org/data/files/Afternoon/3Amnesty_International_-_final.pdf

These posters are from an INTRAC training workshop – thanks to Jenny Ross for highlighting them.

Entry filed under: Advocacy evaluation, Campaign evaluation.

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