The Institute of Social Studies Trust, New Delhi, which has been working in the field of gender and evaluations over the last several years, launched a free online course entitled 'Facilitating Gender Transformative Evaluations' in May 2018 with 20 participants who participated with great enthusiasm. A second iteration of the same online course was successfully completed in March 2019.
We are happy to announce that the application process for the third iteration of the online course is now live for applications! This time around the course has been designed for intermediate - senior level (at least 10 years of total work experience) development professionals, including evaluators and researchers, and others who are interested in learning how to conduct gender transformative evaluations. The online course has been developed by a panel of eminent course conveners who have long experience of working around issues of gender and evaluation globally. The course has been designed such that participants will have a chance to interact and learn from them at various points through the entirety of the course.
This is a free, 10 week, running from 4th August - 13th October 2019. For more details of the course, please refer to the Brochure attached herewith. Please click on 'Apply Here' in the Brochure to fill in the application form. You may also use the following link for the application form - https://forms.gle/eCCcabJKqor9fCn88
Documents required for applying (please keep these ready before you fill the application form):
- 2 reference letters (reference names alone will not be considered)
- Any resident cum photo identity proof
- A strong SoP
- A brief description of the programme for which one wants to develop a gender transformative monitoring and evaluation framework
There are limited seats for this online course and a thorough review process will be undertaken to select the participants. Selected participants will be intimated of their selection by 23 July 2018. Please be mindful that this online course is open to only Indian citizens living in India. For further queries, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.