Are the principles, values and ethics that guide gender-transformative evaluations different from those of other evaluations? Watch Renu Khanna discuss the same in the following video.
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This video is the second in the series of training videos produced under Institute of Social Studies Trust ( ISST)'s project -Engendering Policy through Evaluation. More to be uploaded soon. Stay tuned!
1. American Evaluation Association (2004). 'Guiding Principles for Evaluators'. Available at http://www.eval.org/d/do/594 (Last accessed on 11th February, 2016).
2. Batliwala, Sreelata (2012). ‘Ethical Principles in Evaluations’, Presentation at ISST workshop, 2-4 May 2012, New Delhi.
3. Khanna, Renu (2012). 'A Feminist, Gender and Rights Perspective for Evaluation of Women’s Health Programmes'. Indian Journal of Gender Studies Volume 19, Issue No. 2 (June 2012).
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