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We are looking for highly qualified evaluators to look into our advocacy work - assessing what has worked thus far but more importantly, understanding what can work in the future.

Transparency International has made his name and reputation from evidence-based advocacy. The network was forged in the willingness to collect data and use it initially to raise awareness and more recently to enable policy changes that advance the fight against corruption. From the GCB, to the CPI, to the Integrity Pacts, to the more recent BICA, Transparency International continues to position itself as an organisation that uses facts to shape its influencing.

Advocacy and influencing consists in a wide range of activities conducted either to influence the environment in a specific context so that targeted actors engage in certain processes in a sustained and effective manner that leads to the desired end result; or to influence these actors directly. The end result can either refer to the process, e.g. trying to influence the content of agendas; or the outcome, e.g. trying to shape a policy measure/ law. These are effectively the main ‘pressure points’ in the policy decision-making process.

Specifically in the current socio-political climate of populist ideologies and governments which seem to be gaining ground, TI must gain a greater understanding regarding what works and what does not work when it comes to its advocacy and its future potential for impact.

We are particularly interested in understanding the following:

- what type of fora is more effective when it comes to our three current thematic priorities, grand corruption, public demand for accountability, and business integrity;

- what type of communication/ messaging is more compelling and more likely to have greater traction with our target groups;

- and which of the two - influencing process or outcome - proves more impactful.

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Organisation Transparency International

Country Germany, others