New issue of EES connections is now out and available at http://www.europeanevaluation.org/resources/connections.
Happy to see brief article on ISST panel on meta evaluations, page 11
Back from EES 2014, very much lived up to expectations. A group of us had first gone in 2010 to the EES Conference at Prague and that was part of the process leading to the Engendering Policy through Evaluation project managed by Institute of Social Studies Trust (ISST), and to participation in EES 2012 and now EES 2014. We are pleased to have been part of the Gender Strand started if I’m not wrong, in 2010. Over these years, we’ve learnt a lot about evaluation approaches and methods and…Continue
Attending the Kathmandu Conclave: Feb 26-March 1, 2013
Since I reached on the 26th afternoon, I missed Katherine's opening keynote, (but have since viewed this on the Conclave youtube and although its not the same, I can see why it was so much appreciated!). What I did attend on the 26th/ was the workshop on Appreciative Enquiry, also on 27th. (Ganapati Ojha and Ram Chandra Lamichchane, also Tessie Tzavaras Catsambas). This approach as I understood it seeks to…Continue
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