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What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?

Started this discussion. Last reply by reetu sogani May 20, 2016. 34 Replies

UN Women are currently mid-way through a global evaluation of their strategic partnerships.As part of this process, we would love to know more about the views and experiences of the community…Continue

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Guest Presenter: Michael BambergerTuesday, 30 May 2017, 9:00-10:30 a.m. ESTMeeting link:  Evaluation and the SDGs   This webinar intends to promote greater awareness, understanding and discussion on key challenges for the evaluation of the Sustainable Development Goals. The webinar is appropriate for anyone…See More
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Evaluation Community of India

The Evaluation Community of India (ECOI) was launched by Ms. Sindhushree Khullar, CEO, NITI Aayog, Government of India on October 16, 2015. ECOI seeks to promote knowledge sharing in the area of M&E for high quality, credible and useful evaluations for more effective programs and policies in India.The group also seeks to contribute to formal capacity building at various levels by:a) setting standardsb) advocating demand for and practice of evaluation, andc) developing norms of competencies…See More
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May 20, 2016
reetu sogani replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"I am afraid this is a very delayed response. I entirely agree with Colette. I have experienced it quite a few times , working st grassroots level as well as at higher levels, that even if women are aware of gender gap and are trying to reduce it,…"
May 20, 2016
Joy Eze replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Great!you did well.The discussion was very interesting and educating."
May 17, 2016
Joy Eze replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Hello Rituu,Thanks for the resources."
May 17, 2016
Marcia Brandon replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Dear Joseph in the Caribbean we are not so focused on gender equality anymore.  I guess we think we have done enough, but there are so many things left to do.  We boost on how many women have managerial jobs but at what price? we also…"
May 16, 2016
Marcia Brandon replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"I really like this Collette Finn and hope that I can borrow this from you.  Equalist says a lot more. And maybe this word will change again overtime and that's ok but for right now we really do want to ensure that people understand the…"
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yasmin karim replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"There are two factors important for effective partnerships for gender equality and women s empowerment. 1. Mutual trust of the partners and 2. Understanding and giving value to feminist approach. Feminism is been interpreted wrongly in general,…"
May 16, 2016
Joseph Barnes replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"================================================= Links to resources shared by participants Videos relating to Public Private Partnerships: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZWgm6ZYMUU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HcyGLZ8e1M0 Summary of an…"
May 14, 2016
Joseph Barnes replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Many thanks Penny, Tina and Michelle for your recent posts, and for everyone across Pelican, Gender and Evaluation and Twitter that participated, including Getaneh, Colette, Jude, Susanne, Gana, Joy, Mary, Joaquin, Rick, Tina, Penny, and Michelle…"
May 14, 2016
Rituu B Nanda replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Michelle Halse Hello All You may find this recently published research report from the Partnership Brokers Association relevant.http://partnershipbrokers.org/w/3953/emerging-partnership-lessons-from-diverse-contexts-new-report/"Published as…"
May 12, 2016
Rituu B Nanda replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Michelle Halse Hello All You may find this recently published research report from the Partnership Brokers Association relevant.http://partnershipbrokers.org/w/3953/emerging-partnership-lessons-from-diverse-contexts-new-report/"Published as…"
May 12, 2016
Rituu B Nanda replied to Joseph Barnes's discussion What do great partnerships for gender equality look like?
"Tina Wallace, UK (response on Pelican community) Agree with penny's comments on need for organisations to know where the staff and Org stand on gender equality issues and how they understand and work w them. Such audits often highlight major…"
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What having a baby taught me about indicators

Posted on October 8, 2015 at 19:00 6 Comments

Last year a story in the Guardian emphasised the importance of being sensitive to how we collect monitoring data – and the impact of receiving a "would you recommend our service" SMS on a couple who had just lost their baby.

More recently, Maria and I had our own experience that emphasised the importance of the…

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Participation in the Real World

Posted on February 20, 2015 at 4:55 1 Comment

After being interviewed for his research, ImpactReady invited Chris Morris, a graduate student, to write up his findings from assessing the level of real participation in humanitarian evaluations.

After assessing a sample of reports and speaking with NGOs and evaluations, Chris concluded that "Evaluators need to be given more leeway to involve communities in all stages of the evaluation. To provide this leeway a different approach to…

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At 18:09 on March 25, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

Hi Joseph, happy birthday! Best wishes.
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