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Challenges and Successes of Operationalizing EvalGender+ Globally

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Challenges and Successes of Operationalizing EvalGender+ Globally

Time: October 27, 2016 from 8am to 9:30am
Location: Atlanta Marriott Marquis Hotel A706
Street: 265 Peachtree Center Avenue
City/Town: Atlanta, GA
Event Type: panel, discussion
Organized By: Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG AEA: Chair Svetlana Negroustoueva
Latest Activity: Oct 24, 2016

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Event Description

Dear colleagues.

If you are attending the AEA meeting in Atlanta next week, we would like to invite you to our session with the members of the EvalGender+ management group from around the world. 

Presenter 1: Silvia Salinas Mulder [Independent Consultant] Fabiola Amariles [Learning for Impact, Corp.]

Presenter 2: Sonal Zaveri [Secretary - Community of Evaluators South Asia]
Presenter 3: Adeline Sibanda, Interim President [African Evaluation Association]

Session Abstract: 

The launch of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development have emphasized the need for the international evaluation community to alleviate the role of evaluation to measure SDG implementation. EvalGender+ partnership for Equity Focused and Gender Responsive Evaluations, EvalSDGs and Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation were launched in 2015, together with and formally established. EvalGender+ was designed to contribute to achieving social equity and gender equality by engendering development policies through equity focused and gender responsive evaluation. The session would feature presentations from the members of the EvalGender+ and Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation groups on their operationalization in 2016. Presenters will discuss successes and challenges in ensuring that the gender-equal and equity-focused evaluations of the SDGs is owned and led at the country level through inclusive and multi-stakeholders processes, and that national evaluation systems have capacities to respond to the demands for evaluation designs that leave noone behind.

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