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Our award-winning poster at the EES conference

My associate Wolfgang Stuppert and have been delighted about the 'best poster award' we won at the recent biennial conference of the European Evaluation Society (EES). This is because we have invested lots of time and effort to figure out how to present the rather complicated results of our Qualitative Comparative Analysis of 39 evaluations in the field of violence against women and girls. We're glad our efforts have been rewarded.

You can download the poster, as well as a 2-page summary of our findings, from our dedicated blog The blog includes links to the full review report (commissioned by the UK Department for International Development DFID), the inception and scoping reports, our QCA dataset and many of the evaluation reports we have worked on.

In the coming days, I will post some of my impression from the Dublin EES conference on my personal blog about development, human rights, gender and evaluation:

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Comment by Anna Maria (Miek) van Gaalen on October 8, 2014 at 16:51

I am wondering whether it would be possible to put this poster in a Prezi format, in order to make it more easy to read online (especially keeping in mind people with visual limitations)?

Comment by Anna Maria (Miek) van Gaalen on October 8, 2014 at 16:44

Congratulations on this great poster, what an excellent way to communicate results, and make them accessible for the larger public! In this time where info needs to be passed on and accessible quickly this is a great way to get the message across and get people's attention to your project. Well done.

Comment by Khadiga Abdelwahab Eltazi on October 7, 2014 at 13:18

Congratulations and thanks for sharing this useful information

Comment by Minal Mehta on October 7, 2014 at 13:01


Wish to read every letter of it.

Hope to see a paper coming out of it and reading. Poster is difficult to read.


Comment by Rajib Nandi on October 7, 2014 at 11:17

Congratulations! It's a great poster...

Comment by Rituu B Nanda on October 7, 2014 at 10:34

Congratulations! What can we learn from your experience of presenting the poster? What are the factors which contributed to your success? Thanks. Warm greetings from Delhi!

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