"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 EvalYouthhttp://pubs.iied.org/17497IIED/

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?. 

Sincerely,

Svetlana Negroustoueva

Co-chair, EvalGender+
 

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