Fabiola Amariles
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Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance (DRG) Research and Innovations Grants

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Fabiola Amariles commented on Barbara Klugman's blog post What is feminist about outcome harvesting?
"Dear Barbara, congratulations on this excellent tribute to Ricardo Wilson-Grau! I am sure he would have enjoyed the way you highlight the important contributions of OH to feminist evaluation. I like the way you connect the feminist perspective with…"
May 7
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May 2
Fabiola Amariles commented on Fabiola Amariles's blog post Reflections on attitudes
"Dear Rituu: I am very pleased that you liked this blog post and that you have broadened the search for the concept of cultural humility. I also like the two components that you add to its definition: “lifelong commitment to self-evaluation and…"
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Webinar: Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning from the Inside-Out at Online

April 25, 2019 from 10am to 11am
Join DME for Peace on Thursday, April 25th at 10:00am EDT, as Rotary Fellow, Michelle Helman, hosts the M&E Thursday Talks to lead discussion on “Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning from the Inside-Out.” CLICK HERE TO REGISTER NOW Participatory evaluation,…See More
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Rituu B Nanda commented on Fabiola Amariles's blog post Reflections on attitudes
"Fabiola, this post resonates very strongly with me.  It is so true that it starts from self.  One has to continuously reflect on one's practice- of not going as auditors to find faults but to create a learning culture. True…"
Apr 22
Fabiola Amariles liked Ranjani K.Murthy's blog post What is different about evaluating work with men and boys on challenging dominant masculinities? -with CHSJ and other organisations
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Reflections on attitudes

May I share a post published today at Zenda Ofir´s blog on "Evaluation for Development". My contribution to her blog intended to be tips for Young and Emerging Evaluators (YEEs), but I hope that they can be adapted by current evaluation practitioners who wish to reflect on their role in transformative change. You can read the English version of the post at the following link: http://zendaofir.com/fabiola-amariles-tips-yees/ The…See More
Mar 26
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Gender Data: Why and How to Use Gender Statistics to Propel Your Advocacy at online 27th March 9.30 am US Eastern time

March 27, 2019 from 9:30am to 10:30am
WEBINAR: Gender Data: Why and How to Use Gender Statistics to Propel Your Advocacy Achieving progress for girls and women depends on accurate, disaggregated data to inform evidence-based policy and decision-making, and hold governments accountable for leaving no one behind. However, collecting, identifying, and using gender data for advocacy can be challenging. Too often, gender data do not exist— and when data do, aren't widely circulated or applied to policy-making. This webinar will equip…See More
Mar 25
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Learning for Impact, Weston, FL, USA and Cali, Colombia
How did you know about gender & evaluation community
Through evaluation networks and UN Women
Areas of work like health, education etc
consulting, e-learning, evaluation research
Skills like research, monitoring, evaluation
gender analysis, organizational development, evaluation
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www.learning4impact.com
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@famariles
Which languages are you comfortable with ?
Spanish, English

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Reflections on attitudes

Posted on March 26, 2019 at 8:00 3 Comments

May I share a post published today at Zenda Ofir´s blog on "Evaluation for Development". 

My contribution to her blog intended to be tips for Young and Emerging Evaluators (YEEs), but I hope that they can be adapted by current evaluation practitioners who wish to reflect on their role in transformative change. 

You can read the English version of the post at the following link: …

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Gender evaluative culture, participation, and South-South exchange: Learning topics in EvalGender+ / EvalYouth Alliance

Posted on November 8, 2018 at 18:00 0 Comments

By: Fabiola Amariles, Rituu B Nanda, Gerardo Sánchez, Claudia Olavarría

During the 13th biannual Conference of the European Evaluation Society in Thessaloniki, Greece, (EES2018), members of the EvalPartners´ sponsored initiatives EvalGender+ and…

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Gender Transformative Evaluation – More and more presence in the international arena

Posted on April 22, 2017 at 8:02 3 Comments

By Fabiola Amariles (REDWIM/RELAC); Rachel Sittoni & Florence Etta (AGDEN)

The 8th International Conference of the African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) held in Munyonyo Uganda from 27th to 31st March 2017 demonstrated…

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Cultural Competence and Power Dynamics in Evaluation: Reflections from a Gender Perspective

Posted on February 5, 2017 at 17:37 0 Comments

Dear Friends,

It is a pleasure to share with you (below) the Spanish version of our article originally entitled Cultural Competence and Power Dynamics in Evaluation: Reflections from a Gender Perspective, published in September 2016 in the special edition of the Evaluation Connections Newsletter of the European Evaluation Society EES, just…

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At 19:40 on March 13, 2017, Rituu B Nanda said…

Thanks Fabiola for your response to Julie. Appreciate it very much. 

At 5:54 on December 28, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

Thanks for your warm message. Un gran abrazo 

At 23:41 on December 27, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

A very happy birthday! A big thank you for your valuable contribution to Gender and Evaluation community.

At 18:10 on April 12, 2015, Rituu B Nanda said…

Dear  Fabiola ,

A warm welcome!

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