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.…Continue
‘Ownership’ of evaluation & evaluative mindset in communities – key to achieving the goal of No one left behind
We often use the term community participation in evaluation but do we reflect enough on the degree and depth of this engagement?“Use of participatory tools alone do not guarantee ‘ownership’. Evaluation can be a largely extractive process of getting data from the communities…did the communities have a say in what data has to be…Continue
I presented at EES conference but more importantly learned from brilliant professionals from around the world.
Nicest thing was the informal meet ups between members of Gender and Evaluation community. see pictures https://gendereval.ning.com/forum/topics/european-evaluation-society-conference-informal-meet-ups ;…Continue
(I had the opportunity to attend a session Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs) during recently held #EvalColombo2018. Florence Etta facilitated the panel comprising of Oscar A. Garcia, Soma De Silva, and Stefano D’Errico)
I did not know much about the VNRs. After the session I decided to read about the VNRs. Here is what I have read including what I learned from the panelists. Thanks a lot to all the four in the panel and those who responded during Q&A from whom I…Continue
Enjoy this short and crisp video from Marco Segone, chair United Nations Evaluation group, who shares the 5 good things that happened in terms of Evaluation in the year 2016 and priorities in 2017 . Thanks to Marco Segone, Jin Zhang and UNEG Secretariat for the video.
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Marco Segone, Director of the Independent Evaluation Office at UN Women, speaks about evaluation in the context of Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Key differences between MDGs and SDGs and also shares what SDGs mean for the evaluation community. Strong evaluation functions can determine what works and what cannot work.…Continue
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I have the pleasure to inform you that the UNEG Evaluation Norms and Standards have been updated to better reflect the strategic changes happened in the last 10 years, notably the launch of the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda. The updated UNEG N&S includes 4 new Norms on a) Internationally agreed principles, goals and targets; b) Human rights and gender equality; c) National evaluation capacities, and d) Professionalism,…Continue
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I was part of IDS team which facilitated Participatory Statistics to Examine the Impact of Interventions to Eradicate Slavery: Lessons from the Field’. This was for a project funded by Freedom Fund in two states of India - Bihar and UP. The study was with 14 NGO partners of Geneva Global. It was a great learning for me. Hope you like it.
Oosterhoff, P., Bharadwaj, S., Burns, D., Raj, A.M., Nanda, R.B. and Narayanan, P.
CDI Practice Paper…
Background: Evalgender+ is a global partnership facilitated by EvalPartners to promote the demand, supply and use of Equity Focused and Gender Responsive Evaluations. http://www.mymande.org/evalgender EvalGender+ management group representing different geographical regions functions through task forces. Please read more about genesis of Evalgender+ management group…Continue
Not attending the EvalMena conference but wanting to know what's going on. Enjoy some pictures and tweets by our member Kassem El-Saddik, Ziad Moussa and Marco SegoneContinue
We recently had a seven-week (January to March 2016) E-discussion on SDGs and Gender-responsive and Equity Focused Evaluation on Gender and Evaluation community. Sincere thanks to each and everyone who contributed to the discussion. https://gendereval.ning.com/forum/topics/eval-sdgs We compiled summaries of the four themes of the discussions and presented at…Continue
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Could not attend the recent event in New York? Summer Brennan from UN Women has compiled a story of the tweets posted during the event. Enjoy at https://storify.com/unwomenEval/new-york-high-level-event-leave-no-one-behind…Continue
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Webinar recording: No One Left Behind, Evaluating SDGs with an Equity-Focused and Gender Responsive Lens. The Webinar featured • Marco Segone, co-chair, EvalGender+; Chair, United Nations Evaluation Group; and Director, UN Women Independent Evaluation Office
• HE Kabir Hashim, Minister of Pubic Enterprise Development, Sri Lanka; and Chair, Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation
This was followed by Q & A round.
In 2015, the “evaluation torch” celebrating the International Year of Evaluation linked 86 events all over the world to discuss the Global Evaluation Agenda 2016-2020 (EvalAgenda). EvalAgenda, officially launched at the Parliament of Nepal in November 2015 in the presence of the Nepali Prime Minister and Parliament Speaker,…Continue
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
The Community of Evaluators – South Asia (CoE-SA) is organizing its 3rd Evaluation Conclave to be held in Kathmandu, Nepal from 23 to 27 November, 2015 (both days inclusive).Conclave 2015 is a special event being co-organized with EvalPartners and the Parliamentarians' Forum during the Global Evaluation Week, as a culmination of, and celebrating the International Year of Evaluation (EvalYear). Ms Jyotsna Puri, board member of CoE, and Chelladurai Solomon, Treasurer, CoE, personally invite…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
I am trying to collect the names of those from Gender and Evaluation community who will be attending the Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) evaluation conference 2015 scheduled in Melbourne early September. The aim is that those participating can connect face to face.
Please share in comments section below if you are attending and in case you are presenting please do share the session that others can attend.
Also happy to share that for the first time I will…Continue
Venue: Community Development Journal conference Edinburgh,
Time: late afternoon,– 2nd July 2015
I was attending the session on Raising Refugee Women’s Voices facilitated by Fiona Ballantyne in which shared how her organization has tackled key issues around asylum and international protection, and the extent to which ‘institutions’ have responded to the insights and aspirations of refugee and asylum seeking women.
Two women both from Africa shared their…Continue