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The International Development Evaluation Association released a book on “Evaluation in the Contexts of Fragility, Conflict and Violence”, a practical guidance from global evaluation practitioners. The book shows a diverse set of perspectives and experiences on sensitive…Continue
Last year the global community marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Fourth World Conference on Women and adoption of the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action (1995). In the context of this milestone and the asymmetrical gendered impact of the COVID-19 pandemic- the virtual “Dialogue on Good Practices in Gender Responsive Evaluation was organised by the Asia Pacific Evaluation association, Eval Gender+ and UN Women. to learn about the latest contributions applying a gender…Continue
Metamorphosis and transformation both indicate changes. One of the major difference I feel is, in metamorphosis, situation can’t be reversed . If a caterpillar changed in to the butterfly, can’t go back in pupa stage or Larvae stage. Butterfly needs to learn flying instead of relearning crawling like larvae.
After Pandemic, situation is changed a lot for many people who can’t go back into the situation as it was before pandemic.…
Added by Pramod Sharma on June 22, 2021 at 13:30 — No Comments
Colombo, January 30 (newsin.asia): Over the last week, the global auto industry witnessed a collapse in operations as thousands of workers in Hungary launched demonstrations against low-wages and disparaging working conditions.
The frustrations and struggles of the workers in Hungary are echoed in two folds as over 70,000 auto-part workers in Matamoros, Mexico digressed into multiple strikes over the course of two weeks demanding a wage hike from the mere 75 cents an hour they are…Continue
Added by Nirmi Vitarana on June 22, 2021 at 7:26 — No Comments
A friend recently shared an article published in an online edition of an English medium national newspaper. The article was well intentioned, and spoke about the weakness of non-compliance to universal accessibility regulations in Sri Lanka’s infrastructure and public spaces, and which results in marginalizing a significant minority in our society – who the writer references as the less abled.
This prejudiced use of terminology vexed me, and reminded me of the varying occasions where…Continue
Added by Nirmi Vitarana on June 22, 2021 at 7:16 — No Comments
I had the great pleasure today of attending a wonderful webinar on adapting evaluations during the COVID pandemic. I especially enjoyed a very inspiring presentation by our very own Rituu and her exchanges with us. Here a few insights and lessons from her discussion:…Continue