Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Consistent with the prior postings on cultural competence and transformative evaluation capacity development, I am sharing with you today the video (in Spanish) of the Keynote presentation that I had the honor to deliver at the recent Latin American and Caribbean Monitoring, Evaluation and Systematization Conference in Lima (Peru). In the course of my presentation, I discussed some of the strategies that we, as evaluators, could put in place to further promote equity and social justice in our day-to-day work. Needless to say, several of the suggested strategies respond directly to gender disparities and inequities. 

If you are interested in the video, please click on the following link:


FYI, I am currently finishing up with Dr. Michael Bamberger an article on Unintended Outcomes of development programs. Several gender-related issues will be discussed in it. Therefore, if you would like to learn more about some of its content, please keep in touch and follow me on Twitter at MiEval_TuEval 

All the best,

Michele (italian for Michael)

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Comment by Awuor Ponge on March 31, 2015 at 13:08

Thanks Michele for the assurance.

We look forward to reading the English version of the PPT, and to continue engaging with you on issues of Gender and Evaluation.


Comment by Michele Tarsilla on March 31, 2015 at 12:15

Dear Colleagues, Thanks for your time and interest in the presentation! I will work on the English translation of the PPT and will make sure to circulate it among all of you in due course. Good luck with all your current Gender-responsive evaluation endeavors!

Comment by Awuor Ponge on March 31, 2015 at 10:56

Thanks for sharing this Michele! Could it be possible to share an English version of the presentation, say in PowerPoint? Thank you and looking forward to your interview with Dr. Michael Bamberger.

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