The UN Women Independent Evaluation Office seeks for a firm/institution specialized in evaluation, and preferably organizational performance evaluation, to assist in the design and conduct of a…Continue
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During the recent Joint ReLac-RedLacme-IDEAS Joint Evaluation Conference in Guanajuato, Mexico, a group of EvalGender+ and EvalYouth members join forces to envision how to work together. New ideas, and ways forward emerged passionately, and culminated in 3 joint actions for the near future:
We are happy to announce that the Guidance on Evaluating the Sustainable Development Goals with a “No one left behind” lens through equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluation is now available in 5 languages.
We, at EvalGender+, recognize the importance to make resources accessible to the wider public as much as possible, trying to leave no one behind. That's why we believe that translating our materials is of…Continue
I am very pleased to share with the Gender and Evaluation community the new Guidance on Evaluating SDGs with an equity-focused and gender-responsive lens.
The objective to publish a new guidance is to focus on the SDGs process, and support national evaluation systems on how to integrate equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluation to inform national reviews of SDGs. The guidance proposes a step by step process for country-led evaluations that are equity-focused and…Continue
With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) ahead of us, the evaluation community has started thinking about what role evaluation will play to help achieve this commitment. How will we assess what works and what doesn’t? What tools do we need to develop right now to be prepared for evaluating policies geared towards achieving the SDGs? How can we ensure that we are leaving no one behind when we evaluate progress against the SDGs? Under the leadership of the…Continue