CPD Receives EU Grant to Develop PD Evaluation Tools

CPD is pleased to announce that the European Union Delegation to the United States has awarded CPD a grant to develop public diplomacy monitoring and evaluation tools.

The four-phased project will assess monitoring instruments and platforms, develop new evaluation tools, provide high-level recommendations for best practices and offer professional training opportunities.

As the world’s pre-eminent research center in the field, CPD has broad and deep experience in public diplomacy impact analysis, having published one of the first resource guides to public diplomacy evaluation in 2011. In recent years, CPD has contributed significantly to the field of public diplomacy evaluation through research and analysis, workshops, and professional training. For more information, visit our PD Performance and Innovation page here.

About the EU Delegation to the United States
The EU, winner of the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize, is represented in the United States by the Delegation of the European Union in Washington, DC. In close coordination with the Embassies and Consulates of the 28 EU Member States throughout the US, the Delegation actively promotes EU interests and policies and undertakes a variety of outreach programs. 

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