Transforming Knowledge into Change

Advocacy & Policy Change Composite Logic Model and associated materials

This collaborative work by more than 50 advocates, grantmakers, and evaluators offers a way to improve communication in the advocacy evaluation field by articulating common goals, outcomes, and indicators. Supplements to the Model include guiding questions, definitions, and samples based on hypothetical advocacy situations—one each for the intended "strategy" and "evaluation" uses of the Model. There is also an online tool based on the Model.

(Please note: The page linked to below is an article in Innovation Network's November 2007 issue of the Advocacy Evaluation Update newsletter. Julia Coffman has since left the Harvard Family Research Project; she is now the director of the Center for Evaluation Innovation).


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Author Coffman, Julia, et al.
Publisher Coffman, Julia
Publication Date April 1, 2007
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Submitted to Point K January 18, 2008 - 9:12am

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The hypothetical case study was really helpful in explaining the model.

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