Time: November 23, 2015 from 9am to 5pm
Location: Regency Room, Yak and Yeti Hotel,
Website or Map: http://evaluationconclave.com/
Event Type: workshop, at, evaluation, conclave
Organized By: Institute of Social Studies Trust
Latest Activity: Nov 23, 2015
The workshop will have three segments.
Session 1:09 00– 1200[Facilitator: Rituu B Nanda, ISST/Constellation, India]
An interactive session which will provide the participants a taste of SALT and community life competence approach.
What happens when you approach the community to Stimulate, Appreciate, Learn, Listen and Transfer? Having been successfully applied in 66 countries, this approach can help create a safe space where the most marginalised can share and engage without fear and without being judged. This is particularly valuable in scenarios where we would like to bring in the voice of those affected by the issue.
Rituu has used this approach in gender and equity focused evaluation as well as in participatory action research.
Session 2: 13 30 – 15 30 [Facilitator: Ranjani Murthy, Independent Evaluator, Gender, Equity and Development]
A gender, poverty and empowerment evaluation framework developed by Ranjani K. Murthy, and its application, will be shared. The framework builds on Amartya Sen’s concept of entitlements. This framework is relevant when the objective of the program includes women’s poverty reduction and empowerment. Women’s poverty is discussed at two levels: dimensions and causes. Three levels of empowerment, based on Rowland’s concept, -power to (individual), power with (collective) and power within (deep rooted values) frame assessment of gender and diversity related impact. Use of mixed participatory methods and quasi experimental methods will be discussed using a case study.
Session 3:16 00 – 17 00 [Facilitator: Rajib Nandi, Research Fellow, ISST]
Rajib Nandi will discuss and critique commonly used indicators measuringoutcome/impact.
Methods: Exercises, Caselets, discussions
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