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Working to support policy change through an advocacy coalition in Israel

A case study

Published May 27, 2020

by Ben Baruch, Emma Disley

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This is a case study on the work of the Coalition for Education from Birth in Israel and its activities to bring about a change, amongst other outcomes, in childcare regulation and provision in Israel. In particular, it captures learning on working for policy change through an advocacy coalition.

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