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!
CEC/TEI Evaluation Legacy Webinar SeriesThe CEC & TEI is pleased to announce the finale of the 2021 Evaluation Legacy Webinar Series spotlighting the legacy of preeminent evaluation philosopher Michael Scriven.Michael Quinn Patton and Stewart Donaldson will share reflections on how Michael Scriven has fundamentally and crucially contributed to the development of the field of evaluation generally and Claremont’s evaluation program specifically. Michael Scriven will then add his own…See More
Join us to learn about Global Affairs Canada’s journey in applying feminist evaluation approaches. Presenters will provide practical examples of how they integrated feminist and gender-sensitive approaches into three program evaluations and will reflect on their value and implementation challenges.Registration link:…See More
UN Women evaluations on EVAW in Eastern and Southern Africa. We are pleased to invite you to the webinar on 9 Sep 2020 “Evaluation Lessons on Ending Violence against Women (EVAW)” to discuss lessons from our 2nd series of UN Women ESA Evaluation Knowledge Products. WHEN : Wednesday 9 Sep 2020 15:00 to 16:00 pm EAT (East Africa Time)LANGUAGE:…See More
The topic is: Using Outcome Harvesting to evaluate system-level changesPresenters: Genowefa Blundo Canto, Researcher, CIRAD, Nawalyath SOULE ADAM, Researcher, CIRADModerator: Goele Scheers, OH Community FacilitatorDate: 18 June 2020, 4pm CETZoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88415438714See More
LVCT HEALTH in partnership with Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) is inviting you to a scheduled Webinar Meeting: Date: Wednesday 10th June 2020 Time: 11am to 1pm EAT Theme: GBV, Disability, and COVID 19 Moderator: The COVID-19 and Disability Network And…See More
Without addressing gender inequality the promise of full social development under the Sustainable Development Goals will not be delivered. Without applying our evidence talents across evaluation, research, and studies we will not have the insights to focus and assess social development initiatives effect on gender inequality. Fortunately, a wide variety of actors are applying thoughtful evidence approaches to gender issues. Much of this is happening on the ground in real life social development…See More
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