March 2021 Blog Posts (5)

Evaluation of a behaviour change approach

The attached Abridged HealthRise project report summarizes the main results of the recent evaluation of the SALT-CLCP interventions for Non-Communicable Diseases (Diabetes & Hypertension) carried out in Udaipur and Shimla (India).


We are particularly happy to share that report with all Constellation…


Added by Luc Barriere-Constantin on March 31, 2021 at 13:30 — No Comments

International Women's Day 2021

I get tired and then I get up too .

I smile and I frown too

I work and I laze too

I sleep and I get up early too

I dream and I am realistic too

I complaint and be complacent too

I compliment and I want appreciation too.

Yes I am all this and all that more

But I don't want to be celebrated on only one day anymore

I believe in rights

And call upon you to say it out loud too

Equality, Dignity, Freedom is how we wish

Happy International…


Added by Prabhleen on March 15, 2021 at 13:42 — 5 Comments

The SALT Approach: Towards Collective Ownership

“Collective action remains the best way of renewing the march towards the great trinity of liberty, equality, and solidarity.”

-Guy Standing

The SALT approach is a mental attitudinal technique applied for the participatory evaluation process which helps in defining the collective consciousness for the necessary collective action.

My SALT experience started when I got the chance to closely observe the self-evaluation process of…


Added by Sakshee Suman on March 15, 2021 at 9:14 — No Comments

Choose to Challenge IWD - EvalGender+

Dear colleagues,

Please join us in this IWD to challenge our beliefs and join the  I #choosetochallenge campaign.

EvaGender+ is committed to strengthen and advance gender-responsive evaluation that can assess the degree to which gender and power relationships – including structural and other causes that give rise to inequities, discrimination and unfair power relations – change as a result…


Added by Florencia Tateossian on March 8, 2021 at 22:43 — 1 Comment

International Women's Day 2021 (and every day)

'No Room for Misinterpretation'

The jurisprudence of the CEDAW committee seem to be the least well known and the least referenced, compared to all of the other committees for the various human rights conventions. I'm determined to change this! 

I'm preparing to write some articles which emphasize some key findings and judgements that the committee has made over the years. And where relevant highlight some of its failings.

While I was analysing the cases…


Added by Jo Kaybryn on March 2, 2021 at 14:07 — 1 Comment

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