This piece from Carissa Gonzalez unpacks the importance of evaluation in understanding programmatic impacts, and offers examples of alternative platforms and evaluation models that public diplomacy practitioners can learn from.
This unique three-day program equipped participants with working knowledge of research and analytical tools needed to develop and implement successful public diplomacy programs.
Ali Fisher, Barbora Maronkova, and Emily Metzgar selected as newest CPD Research Fellows.
Assessment and evaluation of public diplomacy remains an undeveloped study area. Governments, institutions and international organizations continue to struggle in defining the right approach to evaluate the impact of their programs on their audiences.
This new article from Nahuel Oddone and Horacio Rodríguez Vázquez examines current cross-border relations and institutions in Latin America, and concludes with a framework to both strengthen and enhance regional cooperation.
This article illustrates how states and state-sponsored actors are utilizing six pathways of connection to communicate and engage with foreign publics, with examples that include President Obama’s visit to Brazil, a Chinese cultural exhibition in the United States and the European Union’s Youth in Action program.