Transforming Knowledge into Change

"A" Frame for Advocacy

This publication defines six steps to an effective public policy advocacy effort:

  • Analysis,
  • Strategy,
  • Mobilization,
  • Action,
  • Evaluation, and
  • Continuity.

For each step, the tool offers key questions to be considered or actions to be taken. For example, in the second step, Strategy, one of the key actions is "Establish a working group to develop a strategy and plan activities."


Bibliographic Details
Author Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health's Center for Communication Programs
Publisher Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and USAID
Publication Date January 1, 1999
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Submitted to Point K January 17, 2008 - 3:13pm

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A Frame for Advocacy

Quick tool to use as a checklist for evaluating developing an advocacy agenda on a particular issue(s).


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