The practice of Feminist Evaluation

The volume deepens understanding on the theory and practice of feminist evaluation highlighting the importance and relevance of connectedness while intervening the inequitable systems & social norms. Authors : Rajib Nandi & Ratna M. Sudarshan 

"Equity-focused, gender-responsive evidence: a blind spot in VNR reporting" Briefing

Dear colleagues,
EvalGender and UN Women Independent Evaluation Service are excited to announce the release of the Briefing Paper: Equity-focused, gender-responsive evidence: a blind spot in VNR reporting prepared in partnership with IIED, EVALSDGs and EvalYouth

This brief is 10th in the series of briefs published by IIED and EvalSDG to help promote effective conduct and use of evaluation in SDGs follow-up and review processes. 

This issue analyses 46 Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) presented at the 2018 High-level Political Forum (HLPF).  The review found that VNR reporting has not incorporated evaluative and, particularly, equity-focused and gender-responsive evidence; and that access to disaggregated data has been a challenge to monitoring progress towards SDGs. Analysis highlights that countries are actively looking for solutions, and recognize that gender equality is an enabler and accelerator in achieving all the SDGs: equity-focused, gender responsive implementation, assessment and evaluation of the 2030 Agenda offers an opportunity for transformative change to achieve gender equality and equity in the SDGs era and beyond.

EvalGender+ would like to engage with members of the Gender and Evaluation community of practice: 
How to elevate the role of evaluation in SDG implementation and review processes, with a particular focus on designing for and using equity-focused and gender-responsive evidence, and sex-disaggregated data to ensure that Noone is Left Behind?. 


Svetlana Negroustoueva

Co-chair, EvalGender+

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