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Ravi Ram liked Fabiola Amariles's blog post Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena
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Svetlana Negroustoueva commented on Fabiola Amariles's blog post Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena
"Excellent piece, thank you, lets keep them coming."
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Awuor Ponge commented on Fabiola Amariles's blog post Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena
"Good work, Team! Tanks for sharing. Even though I missed Kampala, I feel like I got everything now. Keep up the good work, and let us follow up on the action plans!"
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Silvia Salinas Mulder commented on Fabiola Amariles's blog post Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena
"Great job dear colleagues, thank you for sharing this so enriching experience...and see you very son!"
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Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena

By Fabiola Amariles (REDWIM/RELAC); Rachel Sittoni & Florence Etta (AGDEN)The 8th International Conference of the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) held in Munyonyo Uganda from 27th to 31st March 2017 demonstrated once more that true development cannot be achieved in any society if gender equity and equality remain at…See More
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Entretejiendo el Género en la Evaluación para la TransformaciónEvalGénero se enmarca en las actividades para el seguimiento y evaluación de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) de la Agenda 2030, así como otros compromisos internacionales; a su vez buscamos recuperar y poner en práctica los principios y postulados feministas que apuntan a la transformación social.Apuntamos a construir una comunidad abierta, diversa y esencialmente inclusiva, dirigida a personas hispanohablantes…See More
Apr 19
Fabiola Amariles replied to Julie Newton's discussion Searching for methodologies on measuring empowerment of women and girls
"Dear Julie:  I would recommend the "Empowerment Star" (http://www.outcomesstar.org.uk/) that has been adapted and used by several institutions, among them Save the Children (Spider tool), to capture incremental changes in…"
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Cultural Competence and Power Dynamics in Evaluation: Reflections from a Gender Perspective

Dear Friends,It is a pleasure to share with you (below) the Spanish version of our article originally entitled Cultural Competence and Power Dynamics in Evaluation: Reflections from a Gender Perspective, published in September 2016 in the special edition of the Evaluation Connections Newsletter of the European Evaluation Society EES, just before its Annual…See More
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Fabiola Amariles liked Svetlana Negroustoueva's blog post EvalGender+ Successes and Challenges: Presentation at the AEA 2016 Conference
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Rituu B Nanda commented on Fabiola Amariles's blog post Donna Mertens and Transformative Mixed Methods: More justice-oriented methods are needed!
"Hi Fabiola, please may I ask two questions-: Who is the evaluation in this case transformative for? What are the factors that facilitate this transformation? Thanks. I can't attend such workshops and would love to learn from you."
Oct 26, 2016
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Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena

Posted on April 23, 2017 at 0:32 3 Comments

By Fabiola Amariles (REDWIM/RELAC); Rachel Sittoni & Florence Etta (AGDEN)

The 8th International Conference of the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) held in Munyonyo…

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Cultural Competence and Power Dynamics in Evaluation: Reflections from a Gender Perspective

Posted on February 6, 2017 at 10:07 0 Comments

Dear Friends,

It is a pleasure to share with you (below) the Spanish version of our article originally entitled Cultural Competence and Power Dynamics in Evaluation: Reflections from a Gender Perspective, published in September 2016 in the special edition of the Evaluation Connections Newsletter of the European Evaluation Society EES, just…

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Donna Mertens and Transformative Mixed Methods: More justice-oriented methods are needed!

Posted on October 5, 2016 at 17:28 2 Comments

During four days from 20-23 September 2016, Donna Mertens, the well-known professor and author of several books on mixed methods in research and on diverse participatory and inclusive approaches to evaluation, conducted a course on Transformative Evaluation to 35 professionals of several disciplines from Chile, Bolivia, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, and Paraguay in Santiago, Chile.  The course was sponsored by Fulbright Foundation, Universidad Santiago de Chile and American Evaluation…

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At 12:10 on March 14, 2017, Rituu B Nanda said…

Thanks Fabiola for your response to Julie. Appreciate it very much. 

At 22:24 on December 28, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

Thanks for your warm message. Un gran abrazo 

At 16:11 on December 28, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

A very happy birthday! A big thank you for your valuable contribution to Gender and Evaluation community.

At 10:40 on April 13, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

Dear  Fabiola ,

A warm welcome!

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