Call for Proposals Evaluation of EvalPartners’ Strategic Plan 2018 – 2020 February 25, 2020Read more...
14TH EUROPEAN EVALUATION SOCIETY BIENNIAL CONFERENCE 2020 – COPENHAGEN, DK PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOPS: CALL FOR PROPOSALS
The EES professional development workshops will take place during the first two days of the conference on September 21 and 22, 2020. These workshops provide an opportunity for evaluators and evaluation stakeholders, to access high quality, up to date and practically oriented professional development sessions on the ever increasing and rapidly evolving body of evaluation theory and practice.Read more...
EES 2020 Bursary Programme Call for Applications!Read more...
There is little time: please submit your application no later than 5th April, 2020.
You are cordially invited to the first EVALSDGs Insights Dialogue on “SDGs' implementation landscapeRead more...
Innovations and partnerships in evaluations are critical to address the complex socio-environmental issues we all face. Also, the inter-connectedness and inter-dependence of the SDGs have challenged the evaluation community to move away from silo-like project evaluations to address how projects and programmes impact people, the environment and other sectors in planned and unexpected ways. To do so, we need evaluation approaches and methodologies that address such complex interactions.Read more...
Unicef- Request for proposal for servicesRead more...
Evaluation to connect the SDGs with national priorities: a guide for evaluation commissioners and managers - NOW AVAILABLE
UNICEF, IIED, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, and EVALSDGs are pleased to announce that the new guidebook "Evaluation to connect the SDGs with national priorities: a guide for evaluation commissioners and managers" is now available.Read more...
BULLETIN D’INFORMATIONS, FEVRIER 2020
1. EVENEMENTS A VENIR
2. EVENEMENTS PASSES
3. INFORMATIONSRead more...
The UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education honours outstanding and innovative contributions made by individuals, institutions and organizations to advance girls’ and women’s education.Read more...
End-evaluation of UNESCO project supporting gender-responsive teaching and learning in Asia and Africa
Despite significant progress, evidence from research and practice indicates that in general, girls continue to have fewer opportunities than boys to gain access to, complete and benefit from education. There are also multiple reasons why girls are not accessing education, which are all interconnected in one way or another --- poverty, geographical isolation, early marriage and pregnancy, gender-based violence and other discriminatory socio-cultural practices, attitudes and perceptions about the role and status of girls and women.Read more...
The IOCE represents international, national, sub-national and regional Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) worldwide. It strengthens international evaluation through the exchange of evaluation methods and promotes good governance and recognition of the value evaluation has in improving peoples’ lives.
(acr.) voluntary organizations for professional evaluation. An umbrella term for all kinds of groups interested in advancing evaluation as a profession. VOPEs can function at regional and national levels and bring together evaluation practitioners from various fields – including government, academia and non-governmental organizations.
VOPEs promote equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations, and aim to influence organizational and national evaluation policies in benefit of society at large.
The development of national VOPEs began with the establishment of the Eastern Evaluation Research Society in 1978 and the Canadian Evaluation Society in 1981. The need for global exchange of evaluation practices led to the establishment of the International Development Evaluation Association in 2002 and the IOCE in 2003.
The number of regional, national, and international VOPEs increased from 15 in 1999 to more than 188 by the end of 2013. A new type of VOPE also emerged in 2013: the Parliamentarians Forum on Development Evaluation in South Asia, a self-organized group of members of Parliament from South Asian countries interested in advancing evaluation in their countries.