Here an article (in Spanish) about our recently finalized pilot experience!
"Nuevos paradigmas para evaluar y rediseñar realidades más justas e igualitarias en nuestra diversidad"
Silvia Salinas, Fabiola Amariles & Solange Grandjean…Continue
Added by Mike Hendricks on September 28, 2015 at 0:19 — No Comments
I just published this article on DevEx:
My reflections springboard from a gallop of Ipsos--a global survey company that works with my company EnCompass, informed by a talk with Dr. Deborah Rugg, and inspired by today's leaders as Francis…Continue
This is an excerpt from my article on The Huffington Post.
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Thought I would quickly share a some of the photos from last weeks Australasian Evaluation Society Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
As a community person I found the conference program included a lot of relevant sessions for me. Personal highlight was a plenary session which explored what evaluators can do differently to place evaluation at the top of the agenda for community. Both speakers & the chair responded to the…Continue
Added by Albie Colvin on September 14, 2015 at 5:00 — No Comments
At the recent Australasian evaluation Society's (AES) conference I found myself thinking more and more about the focus on the E in M&E. That is there is so little said about monitoring. Good participatory monitoring can mean the difference between a successful project and a disappointment.
In the final plenary Professor Patricia Rogers asked what did we, the delegates, consider as a bad evaluation. As I travelled home, 4.5hrs on the train I thought a lot about this. I think a bad…Continue
How to avoid getting just positive stories through Photo voice tool? This was a query at a session on tool photo voice session at Australasian Evaluation Community Conference which attended today on 8th Sep 2015
We learned on application and utility of photovoice for evaluation of a program for differently abled people. Natalie Seed the presenter noted, “The participants found it a very empowering process as they have also been told about their limitations due to…Continue
TRANSFORM Issue # 3 - The normative support work Issue
Published by the Independent Evaluation Office of UN Women, it aims to communicate good practices on gender-responsive evaluations, as well as evaluation findings on what works for gender…
Added by Asela Kalugampitiya on September 3, 2015 at 16:00 — No Comments
During the International Year of Evaluation 2015, we celebrate achievements in evaluation and prepare for future needs and opportunities in evaluation to support the Sustainable…Continue
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