this is a cross posting from http://hlanthorn.com/2015/11/26/thoughts-from-evalcon-on-evidence-uptake-capacity-building/. hope it is useful to folks who didn't make the think tank initiative's panel today in kathmandu.
i attended a great panel today, hosted by the think take initiative and…Continue
Injustice and inequality are not written into our chromosomes.
Blog originally posted at http://http://betterevaluation.org/blog/gender_injustice_and_inequality-what_helps_in_assessing_impact
The UN has recently released its online publication…Continue
I am writing to ask you for a consultancy opportunity that I received yesterday. It is an assessment for Caritas Spain in India called:
"COMMUNITY BASED & MANAGED APPROACH FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOOD OPTIONS FOR LANDLESS AND
MARGINALISED FARMING COMMUNITIES IN 7 DISTRICTS OF MADHYA
Added by Paloma Lafuente Gómez on November 25, 2015 at 21:42 — No Comments
Message from Dr Lyn Alderman, President, The Australasian Evaluation Society on the launch of Evalgender+ at Evaluation Conclave in Kathmandu on 25th Nov 2015. She also elaborates on gender culture and equity in context of Australia. Thanks Dr Lyn!
Video courtesy: Dr Rajib Nandi and Rituu B Nanda
As the advocacy efforts of human rights organizations have become more complex and arguably more sophisticated, important technical issues have arisen concerning the evaluation of those interventions. In fact, the particular requirements of evaluating advocacy campaigns have contributed to a wave of innovation in the field. A diverse menu of methodological options is now at the disposal of even small to medium-sized human rights organizations.
This innovation has been productive but…Continue
Added by Kevin Murray on November 19, 2015 at 21:30 — No Comments
Power is a key though tricky issue in evaluations, which becomes even trickier and sometimes gets hidden in multicultural complex contexts in Latin America. On one hand, social change implies changing unequal power relations, and on the other, power relations are inevitably present in all interactions during the evaluation process.…Continue
This is a constructed and attributed social roles, responsibilities, activities considered for men and women. As humans from different ethnic, religious and cultural backgrounds it would be perceived from different angles but arriving to the same meaning as a set of economic, political roles, responsibilities and obligations…
Hello, all -
ODI has just published a new paper of mine, titled Addressing Gender in Impact Evaluation: What Should Be Considered?
In it, I argue against the increasing seepage of gender = women in international development, which is unhelpful and, at times, can unintentionally reinforce the idea of a fixed sex binary.
Let's keep seeing gender as a…Continue
In culmination of the International Year of Evaluation and leading up to the EvalPartners Global Evaluation Week at the Parliament of Nepal, @unwomenEval with the support of @EvalPartners is hosting a live Twitter chat on leading the international evaluation community toward a global evaluation agenda from 2016-2020.
Join us on…Continue
Added by Alexandra Capello on November 4, 2015 at 1:00 — No Comments
EvalPartners has teamed up with Universalia, a Canadian management consulting firm, to launch the EvalStory campaign. Eval story has posted my video sharing here with due credit to Universalia and Evalpartners.
Here is my story and experience from India. Hope you enjoy it