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We often default to the assumption that our programs will lead to greater positive change over time. The rate of change may be incremental, exponential, or something else, but it’s always positive. The reality of what change looks like, however, depends on the status of the... read more
Building a Culture of Evidence-Based Learning: IRI’s Center for Applied Learning and Global Initiatives
Liz Ruedy is the Director of the Office of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning at the International Republican Institute A few years back, a joke made the rounds on the internet about how you could describe a smart phone to someone who’d never heard of one: “I possess a... read more
We’re Development Practitioners Who Know Politics. Here Are Our Top Recommendations for Thinking and Working Politically
This blog post originally appeared on the International Republican Institute (IRI)'s blog, Democracy Speaks, on May 6, 2016. The concept of “Thinking and Working Politically” is gaining traction in the development community. It is based on the idea that development happens... read more