Mubashira Zaidi, from ISST, authored the chapter, 'Work and Women's Economic Empowerment in Tribal Rajasthan, India' in part 3, Emerging Dimensions in the Understanding of Women’s Unpaid Work of the book!
Date & Time: 25 May 2021, 15.30 CET Presenters: Goele Scheers (Independent Consultant), Richard Smith (Independent Consultant), Julius Nyangaga (Right Track Africa), Florence Etta (GRAIDE International Development Evaluation Consulting), and Maya Re (Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Specialist)Moderators: Simon Hearn and Kaia Ambrose (OMLC stewards), Carmen Wilson-Grau and Conny Hoitink (OH Community Facilitators)Please see the attached invitation for more information, you can also…See More
The Design for Women Conversations present a panel discussion.With a focus on international development, women and data, this conversation will discuss the ways in which current data practices serve and do not serve women. Join Rachel, Ana, and Genevieve to hear three perspectives on gender data gaps in international development today. Join to learn:–The ways in which current data practices serve and do not serve women today.–What key design principles have proved successful for our…See More
As the M&E community stretches to meet the demand for evidence, one question is whether or not to use software to analyse qualitative data generated from observations, interviews and focus group discussions. A related question is which software to use. But other equally critical questions include: how to ally methodological approaches to evaluation with the software choice, how best to work in a team environment. In my talk I would address these questions and discuss 3 popularly used…See More
In this interactive workshop, we will explore different storytelling and sense-making tools - from appreciative inquiry, to vision statements to data driven stories - designed for evaluation practitioners. Together, we will dive into the magical world of stories and learn how to help stories emerge, breathe, and make an impact. Facilitator : Hamutal GouriDate- 23rd March'21Time- 6 pm to 9 pm Indian Standard dimeInvitation for members of Gender and Evaluation community onlyLink to register -…See More
"Always fun to read a well-written report. Do congratulate your student, Lakshmi.
On subject of mixed methods as described in study, was wondering why she termed just a household listing as Quantitative - leading to description of Mixed methods -…"
ActionAid is organising a 4 day Webinar Series on COVID-19 and the world of work.On 19th June, the session will be related to issues of street and fish vendors particularly from gender lens. Institute of Social Studies Trust team of Gurpreet Kaur and Risha Ramachandran will be discussants in this event and provide the research findings on the subject. The link to the study on street vendors- …See More
The sessions will be facilitated by Rick Davies (developer of the Most Significant Change technique), Helene Clark, Sara Vaca and 2 other experts. Topics to be covered:background to ToCs,exploration of ToCs and logical frameworks (are they the same thing?)steps to design the TOCcriteria for a 'good' TOCwhen to use TOC (does every intervention need a TOC?)evaluability of TOCstheory-driven evaluationvisualization tips to enhance TOCscase studiesdemo of ToC software andone-on-one consultations to…See More