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Justin Whelan’s (2007) evaluation of the campaign against Australia’s involvement in the Iraq war examines the efforts of anti-war coalitions and the broader movement. Justin draws on social movement theories including Bill Moyer’s Movement Action Plan, a
Justin Whelan reviews the emerging literature in this field, noting the points of convergence and divergence and suggesting some limitations of the frameworks and opportunities for effective evaluation that meets the needs of interest groups.
Justin Whelan (2006). Extracts from ‘Work Justice’, a case study of the campaign by Uniting Justice to influence Industrial Relations legislation in Australia.
Much like the discipline of evaluation itself, the evaluation function in philanthropy with staff assigned to evaluation-related responsibilities is a fairly recent phenomenon…
A framework for evaluating advocacy campaigns developed by the Harvard Family Research Program.