Drawing on findings from our recent meta-evaluation, this document highlights how CBM Australia’s field projects influence government policy or action.

We found that of the 33 projects evaluations assessed, local policy influence was the most common type of change, followed by national and institutional policy influence.

Projects that included people with disabilities in lobbying for change, worked with governments and had clear expectations on what they wanted to achieve, and used their countries obligations under the UNCRPD to push for change were most effective.