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Advocacy for Social Change (ASC)

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We scale BRAC’s impact through policy reform. Elements of our three pronged approach are 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.
 
ASC’s goal is to codify and reflect our field experiences, research findings, and values in policies that impact the lives of the communities we work for to ultimately scale our impact sustainably.
 
Our proactive policy advocacy agenda is informed by our strategic interests and by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) adopted by the UN member states. We are currently focusing on a) inclusion (leaving no one behind), b) urbanisation (urbanization for the marginalized), c) quality education (education for transforming lives), d) resilience (resilience to changing climate), and e) governance (institutions that care).
 
We facilitate training, and advisory services to support programme units’ policy work. We offer technical support to identify policy challenges, to develop policy responses, and to ultimately impact reforms and all things in between.
 
Finally, the Material Development Unit develops field-research based communication tools and materials for the programme units to conduct person-to-person advocacy often to help create awareness of policies and codes.

 

Research

11th National Election: Peoples Aspiration to the New Government Rapid Needs Assessment in Cox’s Bazar Phase 1: March 2018 Impact of Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals (FDMN) Influx on Host Community Need Assessment of the Forcibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals Government Policies and Practices on YOUTH

 

Policy

     
Ensuring Access to Metro Rail for Persons with Disabilities Citizen’s Platform Brief: Youth Education towards Employment      


 

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