Negombo clinic resources for participants

Participants of the recent communications for policy influence clinic in Negombo can find the full set of presentations, handouts and resources here. Videos are also now available.


Video footage from Rome clinic now available

Interviews with participants of the communications for policy influence clinic in Rome can be viewed here. You will also find all presentations, handouts and resources from the clinic.


Resources from the Rome clinic

3ie is organizing in collaboration with ODI a series of communications for policy influence clinics for 3ie funded research teams. The objectives of these clinics are to invite project teams to share experiences on policy engagement around evaluation findings and to provide the space to discuss and refine their policy influence strategies. This was the second clinic organized for African projects, which included the researchers and counterparts from the implementing agencies, and was held in April 2012.

All of the presentations, handouts and resources that were referred to can be found below, categorised by the workshop sessions. Be sure to visit the full resource library for more.

Day 1

RAPID lessons and tools (John Young)

Theory of change (John Young)

Policy windows (Louise Shaxson)

Alignment interest influence matrix (John Young and Louise Shaxson)

Day 2

Comminicating impact evaluations (Caroline Cassidy and Louise Shaxson)

Policy briefs (Caroline Cassidy)

Online communication tools (Simon Hearn)

Monitoring and evaluation (Megan Lloyd-Laney and Cornelius Murombedzi)

Case study presentations from participants

Community-based preschools in rural Mozambique, Pablo Stansbery

Examining underinvestment in agriculture, Jessica Kiessel

Male circumcision, Susan Godlonton

The challenge of achieving policy impact, Nathanael Goldberg

Fambul Tok, Jessica Creighton and Sheku Koroma

Interviews with participants