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Added by Tessie Catsambas on March 31, 2016 at 2:32 — No Comments
NOTE: I wrote this Blog on the 14th May 2013 and it was posted on the Research Blog of the School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK.
Its content is relevant to my practice as I guide and support organisations through their own self-reflective gender reviews/ audits/assessments to…Continue
NOTE: I wrote this Blog on the 22nd January 2015 and it was posted on the Research Blog of the School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK.
Its content is relevant to my practice as I guide and support organisations through their own self-reflective gender…Continue
NOTE: I wrote this Blog on the 20th March 2013 and it was posted on the Research Blog of the School of International Development, University of East Anglia, UK.
Its content is relevant to my practice as I guide and support organisations through their own self-reflective gender reviews /audits/assessments to improve practice for gender equality…Continue
I am pleased to share the invitation to the roundtable on "Challenges and New Paradigms in Evaluation fro Development", which will take place in La Paz, Bolivia, this coming Thursday evening. I wish you could all be here, but promise to share with you afterwards the…Continue
Con mucho gusto comparto con ustedes la invitación al Evento "Desafíos y Nuevos Paradigmas en Evaluación para el Desarrollo", a a realizarse este próximo jueves 31 en La Paz, Bolivia Nos gustaría mucho contar con su presencia y participación, por lo que lamentamos…Continue
Looking particularly into the Indian context, here are some of the thoughts, while we undertake the journey towards SDGs:
Could not attend the recent event in New York? Summer Brennan from UN Women has compiled a story of the tweets posted during the event. Enjoy at https://storify.com/unwomenEval/new-york-high-level-event-leave-no-one-behind…Continue
Added by Rituu B Nanda on March 23, 2016 at 11:16 — No Comments
¿No pudiste seguir el evento de Nueva York sobre EVALUACIÓN DE LOS OBJETIVOS DE DESARROLLO SOSTENIBLE (ODS) CON LENTES DE GÉNERO Y EQUIDAD? ¿No entiendes lo que se va publicando o quieres compartir información con otr@s colegas?
No tienes que preocuparte. En el grupo EVALGÉNERO, dirigido a toda la comunidad hispanohablante, hemos abierto una página (Evaluación…Continue
The Global Gender Gap Report 2016 draws attention to the widening of gender gap in health and economic sphere. Two indicators are used in this report with respect to gender gap gap in health: gap in healthy life expectancy and sex ratio at birth (after adjusting for the fact that more males are born). Sex ratio at birth (female-over-male) amongst the countries studied has declined from 0.94 to 0.92 (1 being equality) between 2006 and 2015, while gender gap in healthy life expectancy has…Continue
Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on March 14, 2016 at 15:43 — No Comments
The Palgrave Handbook of Gender and Development Critical Engagements in Feminist Theory and Practice Edited By Wendy Harcourt is out!
“The Palgrave Handbook on Gender and Development plunges us straight into some of the most disturbing and important issues of our time. Global injustice and violence; the nature of care and love; new forms of power and resistance; the politics of knowledge and the politics of sexuality; survival on an injured planet…. - Raewyn Connell, Professor…Continue
Added by Shobha Raghuram on March 10, 2016 at 11:40 — No Comments
Entretejiendo el Género en la Evaluación para la Transformación
Celebramos este 8 de Marzo, Día Internacional de la Mujer, con el lanzamiento de la Comunidad de Práctica EvalGénero, un espacio hisanohablante plural, democrático e intercultural para compartir, aprender y construir propuestas en torno a la incorporación del enfoque de género como criterio de calidad de las evaluaciones. …Continue
In this blog I would like to use parts of the Rajagopalan’s (2015) Immersive Systemic Knowing framework. He distinguishes between four ways of knowing: being, cognition, doing and learning. Being refers to ways of living, existing and relating with others and environment which is shaped by culture and history. Cognition is the mental action or process of acquiring knowledge and understanding through thought, experience, and the senses. Doing refers to activities in which one engages.…Continue
Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on March 4, 2016 at 17:37 — No Comments
In my previous blog, "What's in a baseline" in the last sentence I say, "...we need to put more emphasis on E and less on M in M & E". What I meant to say was exactly the opposite, that is, 'more emphasis on M and less on E in M & E'.
What I failed to do was monitor what I was doing. It was only later, when Rituu Nanda made a comment that I realized my error. But it was too late! This is exactly what happens so often in community development - outputs get monitored instead of…Continue
I am a French sociologist and political scientist, working on the women’s movement in South Asia. I first heard about feminist/gender-responsive evaluation as I was starting to investigate the recent transformations of feminism in the region. I was immediately interested by the idea of “feminist evaluation”, as so far, as I had often heard of Monitoring and Evaluation as a burden for feminist/women’s oriented NGOs and project. I am both interested in the conceptual…Continue