Adopted by 185 nations across the world in September 2015, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) tackles a broad range of global challenges, aiming to eradicate poverty, reduce multiple and intersecting inequalities, address climate change, end conflict and sustain peace in the world.
Due to the relentless efforts of women’s rights advocates from across the globe, the 2030 Agenda’s commitment to gender equality is prominent, comprehensive and cross-cutting, building…Continue
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Gender budgeting is the process of applying a gender lens to public financial management, to analyse the gender components in public spending across all sectors - not only social sector budgets - and evaluate their outcomes. Gender neutral fiscal policy can turn gender-blind if there are no systemic corrections.
While gender budgeting processes around the world have tended to focus on public spending, the tax and non-tax revenue policies can also integrate the needs of men and women,…Continue
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New York will be the first city in the world to report directly to the UN on the status of its implementation of the SDGs at the HLPF, 9-18 July 2018
The New York City Mayor and the Commissioner of the Mayor’s Office for International Affairs announced that New York City will…Continue
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(thanks to Google, you can read it in English here...)
Publicado originalmente en AL BORDE DEL CAOS
I am happy to enclose the report on Evalfest 2018 organised by Evaluation Community of India (ECOI) 7-9th Feb.
EvalFest was conceived and organized by Evaluation Community of India (ECOI), an association of professionals set up in October 2015 with the objectives of spreading an evaluation culture inthe country and contributing to evaluation capacity…Continue
Dear "Gender and Evaluation" Colleagues,
I decided to write this blog (and sharing with you an interesting resource) after having a quick and engaging conversation with some evaluation colleagues in the US yesterday. The discussion took place after I posted the following message on my…Continue
BLOG I have written for AEA 365: ADVANCING GENDER EQUALITY AND THE SDGs: http://aea365.org/blog/icce-week-advancing-gender-equality-and-the-sdgs-by-laura-gagliardone/
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Our Organisation is planning to organising the World Health Day on 7th April 2018 in Malawi with following activities.
Goal: The goal is to advocate increase for health financing to achieve UHC 2030
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"Achieving gender equality and empowering women and girls is the unfinished business of our time, and the greatest human rights challenge in our world." - UN Secretary-General, António Guterres
Gender equality means giving both women and men the chance to…Continue
EvalPartners received a grant from the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor of the United States Department for State for 2018-2019. The grant helps EvalPartners continue its global commitment to proactively support Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) and cover a new round of Peer to Peer (P2P) grants and Innovation Challenge partnerships, in addition to development of e-learning modules and VOPE toolkit sections on strengthening the role of…Continue
Of late there has been considerable discussions about gender transformative evaluations, as distinct from gender ameliorative, gender instrumental or gender-blind ones. The gender transformative evaluations seek to assess changes in gendered (and other) power relations and norms & resources in different institutions and contribution of policies, programmes, or projects to these changes, apart from adopting a transformative evaluation methodology. The gender ameliorative ones assess…Continue
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This blogpost summarizes a talk I gave at the Evaluation Community of India’s recent “EvalFest” from the 7th-9th February at the Indian Habitat Centre. It advocates for using…Continue
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Dear Eval_Colleagues, greetings; a fellow colleague needs our help in completing a survey that is part of her research at Western Michigan University, USA. While thanking those who have already completed the survey previously, she needs more help!!! Please consider supporting her research by completing the survey. The survey will be open until February 24th 2018. The survey explores issues related to organizational…
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The Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation together with EvalPartners, the Sri Lanka Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation and the Sri Lanka Evaluation Association, will host EvalColombo2018, a three-day forum…Continue
Added by Asela Kalugampitiya on February 5, 2018 at 13:53 — No Comments
During the recent Joint ReLac-RedLacme-IDEAS Joint Evaluation Conference in Guanajuato, Mexico, a group of EvalGender+ and EvalYouth members join forces to envision how to work together. New ideas, and ways forward emerged passionately, and culminated in 3 joint actions for the near future:
At www.indikit.net you can find a new guidance on the use of gender and women empowerment indicators. The guidance was prepared based on consultations with gender and M&E experts, reviews of over 80 existing resources and surveys, and field experience. Please be so kind and share it with your colleagues. If you have an idea on how to improve or expand the…Continue
Added by Petr Schmied on January 30, 2018 at 19:10 — No Comments
People in Need (PIN) in cooperation with several SBC specialists prepared new guidance on the use of behaviour change communication indicators. You can find it at www.indikit.net, integrated in the guidance on nutrition, health, WASH and other indicators (just scroll down).
Please free to share it with your colleagues.
If you get an idea on how the…Continue