From the open call website: Organized by CartONG every two years since 2008, the GeOnG forum gathers humanitarian and development actors and professionals specialized in information management. The GeOnG is dedicated to addressing issues related to data in the humanitarian and development sectors, including topics related to mapping, GIS, data collection & information management.
From the event website: EvalFest 2020 aims to contribute to promoting a culture of evaluation through advocacy, and to capacity building by sharing knowledge about best practices, approaches, evaluation methods and innovations that are relevant in the context of global progress towards realization of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Papers will be presented on the following themes: 1. SDGs: prioritization, building evaluation capabilities and evidence use
From the conference website: Our roles as evaluators have become increasingly challenging in today’s complex world. Demands for evidence-informed practice are increasing. At the same time, resources are limited and programs struggle to balance the process of evaluation with the administrative obligations of implementation. Given these factors, now is the time to streamline processes and move towards evaluating with intention and purpose.
From the event website: Over the past 40 years, our notions of evaluation use – what it is, who is it for, and what constitutes success – have evolved, but critically important questions remain; just how comprehensive is evaluation use and what more can and should we be doing to enhance use? The 2020 Canadian Evaluation Society Conference will explore the world of evaluation utilization through three strands by first positioning it (what is it?
From the course website: The Art of Evaluation is a four-session online course to support leaders and facilitators in better understanding evaluation and why it matters. This course will increase your evaluation literacy and enable you to make better strategic decisions, building in the right kind of evaluation right from your initial design phase.