This brief offers ideas on how to incorporate the concept of social justice and its underlying values into advocacy evaluation. It points to ways in which social justice values should influence what evaluators examine in terms of advocacy goals, theories of change, outcomes, and strategies. It also considers how the evaluation process itself can promote social justice values. “Not all advocacy is social justice advocacy. In fact, a great deal of advocacy happens without consideration of disadvantaged groups’ needs or perspectives.”

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