Workshop content The workshop focuses on understanding the implications for evaluators of different cultural values, in terms of our roles, skills and approaches/tools.
Workshop Content This is a knowledge-building workshop that will provide attendees with greater clarity about core evaluation concepts.
Main qualitative methods addressed Grounded theory; Ethnography; Phenomenology; generic; constructivist; realist; mixed method Who should attend? Those interested in commissioning or doing qualitative research; no detailed knowledge or experience of qualitative research is necessary. Suitable for staff from across government, universities, the private sector, and not for profit and consulting organisations.
In this guest blog, Global Parliamentarians Forum for Evaluation (GPFE) Secretariat members, Ada Ocampo and Asela Kalugampitiya, give us an overview of some of the highlights of the recent EvalColombo2018 event, a three-day forum hosted by that ran from 17th to 19th of September 2018 in Colombo, Sri Lanka, to promote demand and use of evaluation by parliamentarians through dialogue and exchange, generate innovative approaches to tackling them at a global
In this guest blog, Fran Demetriou (Lirata Consulting and volunteer M&E advisor for the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre’s Mentoring Program) shares her reflections from the recent Australasian Evaluation Society (AES)'s 2018 conference, held in Launceston - in particular, what are some of the lessons a young and emerging evaluator might take away from the event? This blog was originally posted on the AES blog, which was launched at the 2018 conference and shares refl