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Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies

Started Apr 12, 2016 0 Replies

Hi allEllen Lewis and I are working with UN Women's Evaluation Specialists to develop a gender-sensitive and systemic guidance for evaluation practice. We have set up a discussion group so that we…Continue

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"Greetings from the middle of Canada, I work a lot with Theory of Change and have found it incredibly useful in framing a range of questions for strategic planning, program planning, stakeholder analysis, outcome clarification, and evaluation. I…"
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"In addition serious synergistic coordinated mind set so that gaps in the data collector's thinking and interpretation is not overlooked. Person who collects data has also read between lines meaning what is not said and that's where maximum…"
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John Colvin replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion Out for review! in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Thanks Anne for this exchange. I'm sorry I didn't pick up these posts when they first appeared  - everything in its time though! I can't access your journal article - any chance of posting on Research Gate? I am certainly looking…"
Apr 22
Anne Stephens replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion What's needed more - Tools, Methodologies or Training? in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Thanks again John for posting a lot of thoughtful comments. I've skimmed through your report and find it most interesting. I will share this with Ellen who worked in Ethiopia last year. Martin Reynolds has been very influential in our work too.…"
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New Publication on the Inclusive Systemic Thinking for Gender, Environments and Marginalised Voices

Hi all,I'm delighted to announce that the authors of the forthcoming Inclusive Systemic Thinking evaluation guidance, Ellen Lewis, Shravanti Reddy and myself, have a journal paper providing overview of the forthcoming approach which is available here:http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/1356389018766093Published by the Tavistock Institute's publication 'Evaluation' it has been peer-reviewed and was invited for…See More
Apr 22
Anne Stephens replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion Theory of Change in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Hi John This sounds like an interesting and gritty evaluation John. It would be interesting to see how the boundary analysis approach we've described in the ISE4GEMs Guidance would have worked in your planning phases - to really articulate the…"
Apr 22
Anne Stephens replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion Out for review! in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Hi John. Thanks for responding to this post which is a bit dated but I am happy to confirm that the final text is now with the graphic designer, being prepared for publication. We are hoping it will be available in May if there are not too many…"
Apr 22
John Colvin replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion Out for review! in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Anne, are you able to share a copy of your GEMS publication (Stephens, A., Lewis, E., & Reddy, S. (Forthcoming). The Inclusive Systemic Evaluation Approach for Gender Equality, Environments, and voices from the Margins (GEMs): A Guide for…"
Apr 21
John Colvin replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion Theory of Change in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Thanks Ann, yes, I think that we can develop more systemic ToCs. We sought to do this with the ACCRA evaluation I've just posted with a linked message to you. What helped us in this was that Oxfam and the other ACCRA partners were committed to…"
Apr 21
John Colvin replied to Anne Stephens 's discussion What's needed more - Tools, Methodologies or Training? in the group Systems Thinking: prioritizing gender, marginalized voices and ecologies
"Hello Ann, at Emerald Network we have been experimenting with systemic evaluations for a few years now. Each evaluation is of course different, as it is always contextually design, but with each evaluation we do we experiment with new methods and…"
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James Cook University, The Cairns Institute for social research in the tropics
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I'm a researcher/academic and centre gender in all my work
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Education systems, regional development, Australian Indigenous Studies, public and population health, family & community cohesion
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