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Advocacy and Policy Change Composite Logic Model . Inputs. Activities/Tactics. Interim Outcomes. Policy Goals. Capacity Building. Policy and Politics. Advocacy Capacity. Policy. Fund Raising. Skills Development. Issue/Policy Analysis and Research. Policy Proposal Development.

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Advocacy and Policy Change Composite Logic Model

Inputs

Activities/Tactics

Interim Outcomes

Policy Goals

Capacity Building

Policy and Politics

Advocacy Capacity

Policy

Fund Raising

Skills Development

Issue/Policy Analysis and Research

Policy Proposal Development

Policy Development

Organizational Capacity

Media Coverage

Staffing and Leadership Development

Placement on the Policy Agenda

Litigation or

Legal Advocacy

Infrastructure Development

Policymaker and Candidate Education

Issue Reframing

Partnerships or Alliances

Policy Adoption

Lobbying

Preparation/Planning

Awareness

Collaboration and Alignment (including messaging)

Relationship Building with Decision Makers

Policy Implementation

Data Collection

Strategy Development

Salience

Policy Monitoring and Evaluation

Communications and Outreach

Problem Assessment

Partner Development

New Advocates (including unlikely or nontraditional)

Attitudes or Beliefs

Polling

Coalition and Network Building

Policy Maintenance

Policy Assessment

Electronic Outreach

Message Development

Grassroots Organizing and Mobilization

Public Will

New Champions (including policymakers)

Policy Blocking

Landscape

Mapping

Earned Media

Materials Development

Political Will

Impacts

Rallies and Marches

Paid Media

Goal Setting

New Donors

Constituency or Support Base Growth

Improved

Services

And Systems

Public Service Announcements

Briefings/ Presentations

More or Diversified Funding

Media Partnerships

Demonstration Projects or Pilots

Positive Social

And Physical

Conditions

Organizational Visibility or Recognition

Voter Education

Contextual Factors

Community Leaders

Elected Officials

Voters

Media

Prior Experience

Political Climate

Popular Culture Artists/Gate-keepers

Political Donors

Candidates

Issue Competition

Audiences

Courts

Economic Climate

Specific Constituencies

Other Audiences

Public Administrators

Potential Partners/ Competitors/ Opponents

Social Climate

Business


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