The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs has published an excellent booklet titled Beyond Logframe: Using Systems Concepts in Evaluation, which you can download in English from its web-site. I am particularly enthusiastic about the first article by Richard Hummelbrunner Beyond Logframe: Critique, Variations and Alternatives. Since I experienced difficulties downloading the document from the Japanese site, I summarise some main points below. If you'd like to have a copy of the full article via e-mail, please let me know - for those who have my ordinary e-mail address, use that one, for those who don't, try micraab(at)web.de and be prepared to wait for a few days.
Thursday, 12 August 2010
Posted by Michaela Raab at 11:40 No comments:
Labels: evaluation, hummelbrunner, logframe, logical framework
Monday, 9 August 2010
Hunting for quality step-by-step guides for campaigners, I have come across yet another exciting site - it's Tactical Tech. Try its "Toolkits and Guides" link for pleasantly designed, clear guides on online advocacy, internet security, working with audio and video, SMS campaigning and so on. The guides are recent - 2009 and 2010 - which is important in this rapidly evolving sector. And since you're at it, also drop by at TakeBacktheTech as a good example for effective internet campaigning.
Posted by Michaela Raab at 10:26 No comments:
Labels: e-campaigning, internet campaigning
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