July 18, 2016

Influence Policy Change

Government support is often considered the Holy Grail for social-sector initiatives. Changing government policies can unlock public funding streams or alter regulations that then enable scaling of effective programs and interventions.

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Transformative Scale Means “Crowding In”
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Transformative Scale: The Future of Scaling What Works
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