During an interactive lecture given by Ms. Ritu Nanda on Knowledge Based management and evaluaiton at the National Institute on Labour, Economics and Man Power Research, we had an opportunity to practice Global Café. Four groups were formed that undertook the following questions?
How is knowledge captured? Is anything missed?
How is knowledge organised? Is everything accessible?
How is knowledge shared? Are all staff able…Continue
Introduction (video): https://youtu.be/_0PGrh1YylQ
The WEPs Gender Gap Analysis Tool is a free, user-friendly, and strictly confidential tool designed to help companies from around the world identify strengths, gaps, and opportunities to improve their performance on gender equality. Results are provided in a concise and clear format so companies can easily identify areas for improvement.
WEPs Gender Gap Analysis Tool:…Continue
Bonjour collègues et ami(e)s,
Nous, au sein du groupe de coordination de EvalGender +, cherchons à comprendre ce qui a fonctionné dans les formations sur les évaluations axées sur l'équité et sensibles au genre (EFGR). Cette information aiderait à concevoir et à dispenser des formations efficaces et à assurer l'application et l'utilisation des compétences et des connaissances acquises. Nous sollicitons vos expériences, leçons apprises et recommandations sur les questions…Continue
Added by LOYE Alexis Salvador on October 30, 2017 at 8:00 — No Comments
En préparation de plusieurs événements mondiaux et régionaux des associations nationales d'évaluation ce dernier trimestre de l'année 2017, nous évaluons les besoins afin de nous assurer que les associations en évaluation sont sensibles au genre et favorisent une évaluation sensible au genre.
1) Que peut-on faire pour s'assurer que les associations d'évaluation sont sensibles au genre et encouragent une évaluation sensible au genre?
2) Comment les…Continue
Added by LOYE Alexis Salvador on October 18, 2017 at 23:30 — No Comments
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
Hello - please see our research report on post project #evaluation where we show the value added to 'program cycle' final evaluation. (Un)expected #sustainability or not, emerging sustainability and more: http://valuingvoices.com/building-the-evidence-base-for-post-project-evaluation-a-report-to-the-faster-forward-fund/
It is with great excitement that I share with you the Third EvalPartners Global Forum report. Please find here:…Continue
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IDEV, Independent Evaluation of the African Development Bank, issues a Quarterly Knowledge Publication, "Evaluation Matters". We are currently accepting submissions for the…Continue
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On August 3, 2017, Mr. Imbassou Ouattara Abbas was awarded the Special "Gold Evaluation" Prize of the Ivorian Initiative for Evaluation (2IEval), for his significant contribution to the promotion of the practice of evaluation in Côte d'Ivoire, which made it possible to integrate the evaluation…Continue
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M. Imbassou Ouattara Abbas a reçu, le 3 août 2017, le Prix Spécial « Evaluation d’Or » de l’Initiative Ivoirienne pour l’Evaluation (2IEval), pour sa contribution significative à la promotion de la pratique de l’Evaluation en Côte d’Ivoire qui a permis l’intégration de…Continue
You may want to have a look at this new resource from the Outcome Mapping Learning Community.
I analyze and reflect on how Outcome Mapping and Gender concepts align. See here https://www.outcomemapping.ca/download/Discussion%20Summary-%20OM%20and%20Gender.pdf
It is based on several months of discussion with the online community. You can view the discussion…Continue
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The role of social norms change in economically empowering women was a hot topic at the SEEP Women’s Economic Empowerment Global Learning Forum earlier this year.
The event was opened by Professor Naila Kabeer, who argued that not taking cultural and social norms into consideration when enhancing women’s economic empowerment (WEE) can undermine the transformative potential of WEE efforts. Dr Cynthia Drakeman also presented the…Continue
Evaluating progress towards the SDGs will require an assessment of whether that progress is equitable, relevant and sustainable. Furthermore, if development is to be inclusive and leave no one behind, human rights principles and standards should also be considered. Is the field of…Continue
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Dear Gender and Evaluation Community, I am taking the initiative to show you an article I have written on my 17 daily actions to support the SDGs: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/i-believe-better-world-you-laura-my-17-daily-actions-sdgs-laura. It is working as engagement tool and, over the past weeks, I have received good comments which could be developed in ideas and…Continue
Recently, I attended a conference on Impact Evaluation hosted by the Community of Evaluators (COE)/ South Asia in Thimpu, Bhutan. The conference was all sorts of GREAT! Four days was divided into two days of pre conference workshops, while the two-day conference saw several interesting panel discussions.
This being one of my first international conferences on Evaluation, I was…Continue
Discussion Forum on
Title Gender+ and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Sri Lanka Prospective
Venue CHA, No. 1, Gower Street, Colombo 5
Date and Time 05-June-2017, 1430hrs – 1630hrs
Key Keynote By Isha Wedasinghe Miranda Independent Evaluator, Member of the EvalGender…
When looking at the road we have covered together under EvalPartners over just a few years (2012-2017), I am so proud of us! Ordinary people from all over the world who are joined by the belief that evaluation that includes a gender equality and equity lens needs to be used throughout our societies and systems.
When we were in Kyrgyzstan for the 3rd Global Evaluation Forum, I was asked to present the …Continue