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Through a series of interactive and participatory exercises, you learn about: Defining the need for evaluation capacity at different levels of an organisation (e.g. capacity to conduct evaluations vs. commission them vs. ensuring that findings are used). Business systems and processes needed to support and evaluative thinking and practice in an organisation (e.g. data and project management systems). Designing a successful professional learning program.

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ActivityInfo is an online tool used by hundreds of small and larger humanitarian organisations for M&E and Information Management, globally, since 2013. On the first day of the User Conference speakers from UNICEF, UNHCR, the AIP Foundation and other organisations will join us to share their stories on how they use ActivityInfo for Cluster Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation and Case Management and the ways they address challenges related to Data Management.

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From the course website: Connecting your learning to home realities The course is highly interactive and links the theory and concepts to the experience and expertise of participants. A selection of case studies from participants will be used as material for practice. Active discussions, group assignments, role plays as well as networking are part of the interactive mode of facilitation.

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Mentally Friendly are hosting the event in the Senate Chamber in Old Parliament House, the very seats where public policy was debated and shaped for decades. So join Mentally Friendly for a session featuring perspectives from industry-leading policymakers, designers, and community members, and join in the interactive panel discussion inspired by your surrounds and its rich democratic history.

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The report from UN Women, with support from UN Global Pulse, outlines the value of big data for monitoring the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in relation to women. It presents the benefits of big data (for example, real time data), risks (for example, elite capture and privacy), and policy implications (for example, how it can be incorporated in project cycles from planning to evaluation). It ends with a compendium of gender-related big data projects and their relevance to the SDGs.

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