Added by Serge Eric Yakeu Djiam on October 29, 2019 at 15:54 —
Recently during discussion on the Pelican list around the inadequacy of traditional M&E approaches methods for advocacy and transformative change efforts a number of calls were proposed to dig deeper into the issues. I just wanted to share here a few resources (and thank you to Rituu for suggesting!)
- Survey summary (all call participants took a survey prior about their experiences, skills, challenges, etc.…
Added by Catherine Borgman-Arboleda on October 28, 2019 at 16:11 —
I was privileged to be in a panel with Donna Mertens, Doug Reeler, Yves Altazin and Claudine Morierat at F3 E conference held on 16th and 17th October in Paris. For last 25 years, F3E has been coordinating a network of 85 organisations – French NGOs and public authorities. The focus has been on strengthening evaluation, research and other capacities of member organisations. I am not a French speaker so the event gave me a peek into the world of Francophone… Continue
Added by Rituu B Nanda on October 23, 2019 at 12:30 —
The Africa Gender and Development Evaluators Network (AGDEN) and the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS) with funding from the International Organisation for Collaboration in Evaluation (IOCE) and EvalPartners, through the Innovation Challenge 2019, organised a workshop for Parliamentary Staff from the Kenyan Parliament as a follow up to an earlier training session with the Parliamentarians. The workshop ran from 5th to 6th of September 2019. The overall Workshop… Continue
Added by Awuor Ponge on October 9, 2019 at 19:28 —
By: Fabiola Amariles Erazo
(SPANISH VERSION POSTED ON THE SPANISH GROUP OF THIS COMMUNITY-EVALGENERO)
The monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of development projects, programs, and policies with a gender-transforming approach has become an important entry point for measuring and valuing actions that seek equal rights and opportunities for men and women.
At the same time, there is… Continue
Added by Fabiola Amariles on October 9, 2019 at 14:30 —
PROGRESS ON SDG 5: INDIA AND CHINA COMPARED
The SDG tracker of the UN (https://sdg-tracker.org/gender-equality) provides data (to the extent available), on where different countries are placed on different SDG indicators. This article unravels the progress of China and India -…
Added by Ranjani K.Murthy on September 20, 2019 at 9:58 —
“South Asian governments must take urgent actions to beat growing inequalities in the region”- says SAAPE report: Growing Inequality in South Asia
03 September 2019, Kathmandu "South Asian countries have failed to make the use of economic growth in the region to improve the lives of the poor and marginalized people of the community, mostly women, girls and marginalised communities… Continue
Added by Shobha Raghuram on September 4, 2019 at 11:52 —
What is Most Significant Change and why is it a great method for evaluation of complex programs? In the light of two different cases, this evaluation podcast explains how this method can help you in different ways to gain in-depth understanding.…
Added by Rhodé de Graaf on September 2, 2019 at 12:00 —
Added by Tom Kelly on August 22, 2019 at 0:01 —
Two key evaluation actors namely the African Gender and Development Evaluators Network (AGDEN) and the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS) won a competitive award from the IOCE and EvalPartners on the Innovation Challenge Project 2019. The title of the project was “Expanding Democratic Spaces for more Inclusive and Equitable Governance: Integrating Gender-Responsiveness and Equity-Focus into Legislation through Evaluation”. The project implementation… Continue
Added by Awuor Ponge on August 20, 2019 at 5:00 —
Get a free & open access version of the book, including a foreword by Robert Chambers here: https://www.idrc.ca/en/book/scaling-impact-innovation-public-good
Time to re-think concepts of scaling and impact?
Expanding "impact" with "innovation" is the… Continue
Added by Robert McLean on August 12, 2019 at 16:55 —
Hi there, I am sharing my article about gender issues in water management , here is the link: https://theconversation.com/why-womens-involvement-is-so-vital-to-water-projects-success-or-failure-115011
When thinking about water management, gender is probably the last thing on many people’s minds. But in fact, the whole process of water management – technology… Continue
Added by Dalia Saad on August 9, 2019 at 9:00 —
If you want to further your understanding of the training ecosystem in India, efforts needed to build 21st century classrooms and finally digital career pathways for young people - please access our reports here :https://www.questalliance.net/our-publications
Added by Akanksha Babbar on August 8, 2019 at 11:28 —
Peril magazine asked me and my son Luke to share some reflections on gender and culture for their ‘Man up’ edition. Here it is for your reading pleasure. #patriarchy #masculinity #parenting.
Original piece posted here Click here to read Luke’s piece, ‘Dad Never Taught Me to Man Up’.
John Siddham was born in India in the late 1950s and now lives in Australia. His son, Luke, was born in… Continue
Added by John Siddham on August 5, 2019 at 16:00 —
WWF Netherlands and the IUCN National Committee of the Netherlands organized a three-day workshop on Citizen Science in The Hague in early July 2019. The workshop brought together representatives from civil society, science and government to learn from interesting cases studies, unpack prominent themes related to citizen science and share experiences.…
Added by Rituu B Nanda on July 18, 2019 at 11:00 —
Happy to have supported the finalization and dissemination of this important report.
Do not miss its recommendations! Laura
Added by Laura Gagliardone on July 4, 2019 at 14:29 —
Results of two C-Change surveys of 4997 faculty and staff in medical and social sciences at the University of Oxford are analysed quantitatively and qualitatively and presented with illustrative quotations giving voice to critical personal perceptions of the culture and efforts to improve it. The C-Change survey included 12 dimensions of the culture: Vitality; Self-Efficacy in Career Advancement; Institutional Support; Relationships/Inclusion/Trust; Values Alignment; Ethical/Moral Distress;… Continue
Added by Pavel Ovseiko on June 29, 2019 at 22:48 —
Over the course of last year and into this year Athari has been involved in evaluation and facilitation of social change movements – feminism/women’s right and environmental justice.
These experiences have been an incredible learning opportunity for me personally and I’m writing to share some of my reflections. These are by no means exhaustive and I hope to continue to reflect and be open to challenging my own thoughts over time – as that is the best way I know how to… Continue
Added by Mine Pabari on June 11, 2019 at 10:30 —
Innovation for development is the key and UNICEF has made it an organizational priority.
Why is innovation important?
The world is changing faster than ever, as are the challenges facing its most vulnerable. Conflict and displacement, disasters and climate change, and urbanization and disease outbreaks are growing complex and interrelated. Exploring new ways of delivering programmes, with new partners and new technologies, is increasingly getting recognized as being crucial… Continue
Added by Laura Gagliardone on June 5, 2019 at 16:00 —
Thanks to those who joined us for the SGP Gender Cafe on Gender in Evaluation that took place on Monday, April 29th. We were thrilled to have so many of you join us and to hear the diversity of insights during breakout sessions.
We would like to share with you the resources that came from the session, which we invite you to share with your friends and colleagues:… Continue
Added by Karine Lepillez on June 4, 2019 at 16:21 —