- When I asked women and men from six Chennai [India] slums: "What are the changes - positive and negative - you have seen in the last five years in the institutions of marriage, family, markets and state?" they pointed to quite a few changes and recommendations. These are discussed first, followed by recommendations from evaluations of government schemes in the same city. The disjuncture between women’s evaluations and government evaluations is then contrasted, and, finally, recommendations…Continue
IPDET will have a live video stream of Marco Segone’s Speakers Lunch, this Wednesday, June 24th starting at approximately from 12:45 pm (E.T.).
This is an accessible way to share Marco’s talk with a broader audience and celebrate the International Year of Evaluation.…Continue
My name is Albie Colvin, I am a young Melbourne-based social entrepreneur/philanthropist; I run ACGD Design - community based creative communications company, and I am the founder of Colour Them Safe (CTS) - small international arts initiative aimed at improving the livelihoods of disadvantaged young people through art programs and…Continue
Hi Gender and Eval Community!
Over on my blog, free-range evaluation, I recently shared some thoughts on how my colleagues and I have been working to support and promote "evaluative thinking," especially among "non-evaluators" (i.e., program implementers who don't see themselves as evaluators, or who maybe even dislike evaluation).
Here, I share some of…Continue
EvalPartners newsletter June issue http://createsend.com/t/d-C7B3EB940D86DAEC
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Colleagues, pls share information on the EES emerging evaluators virtual conference 19.9.2015 - link below.…
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University of Sri Jayewardenepura is pleased to announce the commencement of the intake of the first batch of the postgraduate diploma in evaluation for the academic year 2015. The primary objective of this programme is to generate a stream of academically trained evaluation professionals in Sri Lanka. It is open to students and professionals qualified in diverse development related study areas to obtain professional qualifications in programme evaluation. The course is carefully…Continue
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Hi, everyone. Here is the latest international policy article Jim Rugh and I have just published in the American Evaluation Association (AEA) newsletter. As you'll see, it's about AEA's International Partnership Program.…Continue
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The Claremont Evaluation Center and EvalPartners, with the financial support of Rockefeller Foundation, are proud to announce the creation of a scholarship fund to financially support evaluators working in, or originally from, a…Continue
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Spanish translation of the “Advocating for Evaluation - A toolkit to develop advocacy strategies to strengthen an enabling environment for evaluation…Continue
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This blog was originally posted on Itad.com, by David Fleming, Senior Consultant.
Some thoughts from a case study in fragile/conflict-affected environments.
I recently attended the second annual roundtable meeting of the Africa Cabinet Government Network (ACGN) in Accra. The Network brings together Cabinet Secretaries and secretariat staff across twelve African…Continue
Monitoring and Evaluation paid Internships available at Khulisa Management Services in Johannesburg, South Africa from January 2016 to December 2016. If you have a post-graduate degree, please check https://jobs.khulisa.com/ for more details on the internship and how to apply.…Continue
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