EventConference24th May, 2015 to 27th May, 2015CanadaPaid
It is with great pleasure that the Quebec Evaluation Society (SQEP) is organizing the 2015 National Conference of the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES), which will be held in Montreal from May 24th to May 27th 2015 at the Sheraton Centre. On this occasion, SQEP wishes to invite the broad community of Quebec, Canada and international evaluators to be part of this event and thus take advantage of opportunities for learning, development, exchange and networking on key issues related to our community of practice.
EventConference18th January, 2015 to 22nd January, 2015IndiaFree
IAMR would like to kick off the New Year with a week full of learning, sharing and exchange of knowledge in the area of M&E. India although is very much concerned about the transparent system of monitoring as well as evaluating projects and programmes for their ultimate impact on the people and communities, the Country is yet to adopt a formal policy on Evaluation. There is a need to develop evaluation culture in the Country by involving not only the government but also the academia, the students, not-for profit (NGO) sector, the community as a whole. The event aims at bringing visibility to evaluations and a sense of develop professionalism among evaluation community.In addition to this, the event will aim to demystify and popularize(increase acceptance) evaluation among various stakeholders. The event will address a number of current issues and bring out specific plan of action not only for India but for other countries as well.
EventConference22nd February, 2015 to 25th February, 2015EgyptPaid
Contact person: Ziad Moussa email@example.com
EventConference8th March, 2015 to 12th March, 2015United StatesPaid
United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG)
EventConference13th May, 2015 to 14th May, 2015United KingdomPaid
The UK Evaluation Society's 2015 conference aims to examine the relationship between evaluation and the influence it has on programme/policy development and identify the ways in which it contributes to or is affected by innovation, inclusion and impact: Innovation – developing new approaches or methods for both doing and using evaluation, adapting new technologies, challenging traditional thinking Inclusion –identifying and working with stakeholders, embracing diversity, being transparent and ethical, using participatory processes Impact– making a difference, discovering unintended consequences, supporting decision-making at all levels in society.
EventConference6th July, 2015 to 9th July, 2015New ZealandPaid
Our Conference theme is: Navigating evaluation: Making waves in Aotearoa and across the Pacific 2015 has been designated the International Year of Evaluation by the UN to advocate and promote evaluation and its use. The theme of the International Year of Evaluation is: Evidence for the world we want.Using evaluation to improve people’s lives through better policy making. In celebrating the Year of Evaluation the ANZEA 2015 Conference theme invites you to consider the contribution of evaluation to creating a better Aoteaora New Zealand and Pacific. The South Pacific ocean connects Aotearoa in the South West to the “sea of islands” at the centre of Oceania. Made up of Islands in the west Papua New Guinea, Solomon and Vanuatu, Oceania stretches east to the Cook Islands, Tahiti and Easter Islands. It reaches north to Tokelau, Tuvalu and Nauru with Fiji, Samoa, Niue and Tonga nestled in the middle of the ocean expanse.
EventConference3rd September, 2015 to 4th September, 2015SwitzerlandPaid
The Conference, we will examine the independence of evaluation in practice. Moreover, on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Parliamentary Control of the Administration – the evaluation service of the Swiss Parliament – we will address the question of the institutional independence of evaluation services. We will also look at the bigger picture, examining the status of the independence of evaluation in Switzerland in an international perspective.
EventConference5th September, 2015 to 9th September, 2015AustraliaPaid
The UN’s designation of 2015 as the International Year of Evaluation advocates and promotes evaluation and evidence-based policy making at international, regional, national and local levels. The AES Conference 2015 provides a platform to engage with that global dialogue. Together we will use evaluation to bring together our values, hopes, thinking, skills, and experiences in pursuit of a better tomorrow.
EventConference14th September, 2015 to 15th September, 2015PhilippinesPaid
Contact person: Vinod Thomas firstname.lastname@example.org
EventConference30th September, 2015ThailandPaid
UNDP in partnership with UNEG and EvalPartners