A ground-level intervention can have a larger impact if scaled through policy change.

 

Inherent policy gaps and poor execution create challenges to drive social impact. Minority groups and people living in hard-to-reach areas often remain excluded from the benefits of policies. Systemic changes require close collaboration with institutions from the government, private and civil societies.

We scale BRAC’s impact through policy reforms. We have a three-pronged approach: a) proactively advocate for strategic public policy reform in cross-cutting areas b) facilitate policy interventions by programme units, and c) design tools for effective person-to-person advocacy. We do evidence-based policy analysis, build coalitions of the willing, facilitate public discourse, and offer policy alternatives to relevant agencies.

IMPACT

 
 
  • Accessibility of persons with disabilities is a basic human right, and it is commendable that BRAC Advocacy is working with us in ensuring this. We appreciate BRAC’s commitment.
    Kazi Reazul Hoque
    Chairman, National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Bangladesh
  • We appreciate what BRAC Advocacy for Social Change is doing to ensure accessibility of persons with disabilities. Generally we tend to overlook this issue in most of the cases but it is an important step for an inclusive society.
    Md Mofazzel Hossain
    Secretary, Ministry of Railways, Bangladesh

WHAT WE DO

 
 
 

HOW WE DO IT

 
 
 

WHY IT WORKS

 
 
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Evidence-based solutions

Wide outreach and rooted evidence show whether a solution is feasible
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Research and piloting

Generating evidence through policy research and piloting solutions
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Effective networks

Bringing institutions together to influence policies.
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Shared interest

Identifying areas where BRAC’s programmes and partners have common interest to maximise impact
 

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