Putting gender and capabilities into the equation: transformative evaluation for enhancing social justice

Dear all,

It's my pleasure to share with you my last publication on feminist evaluation:

As you know, evaluation is currently regarded as a central tool for learning and improving accountability in relation to public policies and social programmes. It is also understood as a process for boosting human development and social justice. Capability and feminist approaches have both been explored, separately, in evaluation theory, methodology and practice.

This article explores the potentials, complementarities and limitations of mixing the two approaches. To this end, we present an evaluation design for the ‘Programme Against Child Poverty’ of Save the Children Andalucia (Spain). Our aim is to contribute to the development of transformative approaches and methodologies within the evaluation discipline.

I hope you find this paper useful. I would really appreciate your comments and dissemination.

Best regards,



Julia Espinosa Fajardo

Lecturer, University of Seville
Researcher and evaluator of public policies


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Comment by Ratna Mathur on October 18, 2022 at 7:58
Congratulations! This mixing of approach is truely required on the ground...would be good to understand the the process
Comment by Sooriyakumar Partheepan on October 17, 2022 at 23:20
Comment by Rituu B Nanda on August 15, 2022 at 18:40

Congratulations Julia!

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