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We've now completed the first component of our user research - the user survey.  Thank you for the helpful feedback  from 50 different countries and from a wide range of users, including evaluators, people who sometimes do evaluation, evaluation managers and users, people involved in evaluation capacity strengthening, students, and others.  (If you missed the chance, we're always pleased to get feedback through our contact form).

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While there are many guidelines and tools to support those conducting evaluations, there are far fewer resources specifically focused on commissioners and managers of evaluation.  Yet we know that evaluation capacity depends on the quality of the demand for evaluation as well as the quality of the supply of evaluation.

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Further details to be released.

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Key conference questions What do we understand by ‘evidence’? What are challenges and opportunities in the generation and use of evidence to influence sustainable development? What role can communication play in transformational change processes in general and in the generation and use of evidence for sustainable development specifically?

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Summit themes The Global Evidence and Implementation Summit's overarching theme is evidence, synthesis and implementation: creating impact for stronger communities around the world.

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Evaluations use often scarce human and financial resources, so they should be strongly demand-led, conducted to high standards, and produce useful evidence that informs stakeholders’ decision-making processes. Presenters of papers and posters may wish to consider quality aspects in one particular part of the cycle, or examine quality as a thread running through the entire cycle.

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