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Tracking the progress of equity advocacy is important, and it does not need to be complex or daunting, despite the inevitable twists and turns of policy campaigns.

With the right benchmarks, frameworks, and measurement strategies, advocates can:

  • strengthen the effectiveness of equity advocacy
  • identify opportunities to drive change
  • obtain feedback for improvement
  • demonstrate results

Getting Equity Advocacy Results (GEAR) draws from the wisdom and experience of seasoned advocates and action researchers to provide useful benchmarks, frameworks, and tools for measuring progress in equity efforts for policy change across a range of issues.

Learn more: dissect the major components of equity advocacy and associated benchmarks, explore GEAR in action, or view resources related to measurement strategies.

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Just and fair inclusion. An equitable society is one in which all can participate and prosper. The goals of equity must be to create conditions that allow all to reach their full potential. In short, equity creates a path from hope to change.