Institute of Social Studies Trust, in association with Heinrich Boll Stiftung, cordially invites you to theXXXII Gender and Economic Policy Discussion Forum on “Gendered Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Associated Lockdown: The readjustment of women's labour”.Institute of Social Studies Trust, in collaboration with the …See More
Webinar, Friday, April 10, 2020, 5:30 p.m. ISTRegister to watch NCAER will host Professor Bhramar Mukherjee from the University of Michigan and members of the COV-IND-19 Study Group to explain their findings as they seek to answer questions of grave concern to India during the 21-day national lockout announced on March 25 and what happens on the 22nd day and thereafter. Using daily Indian data on cumulative…See More
"Do we have any evidence on the impact of COVID 19 on domestic violence in India, the current discussion Is it based on previous research that crisis impacts women and girl more bec of lack of support system, cramped spaces, loss of economic support,…"
April 10 (i.e. Tomorrow), we are organising a Public Townhall on Zoom, Another Pandemic: Domestic Violence about domestic violence during the lockdown and we would like to invite you to attend it.As you know, the COVID19 pandemic has forced people into their homes over the last few months. In this situation, many women and girls in vulnerable positions end up staying with abusive families. This has led to an increase in violence against women and domestic violence reports - the National…See More
Evaluation Criteria, what has changed, why and why does it matter? The webinar has been scheduled for THURSDAY, January 16th from 9.00 a.m. to 10.15 a.m. New York time. The presenter will be: Megan G. Kennedy-Chouane, Senior Policy Analyst of OECD. Megan leads the Evaluation Team in the Reviews, Results and Development Innovation Division of the Development Co-operation Directorate of the OECD. To join the webinar please click on the link below: …See More
Evaluation theories and practice used in South Asia are heavily dependent on North-based worldviews, values and paradigms. Despite the impressive growth in knowledge assets, evaluation capacities and democratic engagement in South Asia – what, how and for whom evaluation takes place largely ignores local knowledge, philosophies and realities.The Community of Evaluators-South Asia, with support from EvalPartners, the global partnership to strengthen national evaluation capacities, and funding…See More