“Masterclasses” on evaluation

August 30, 2010 at 12:05 pm Leave a comment

Two interesting “Masterclasses” coming up from the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI), Bonn Germany in the evaluation field:

Complexity in Project Management and Evaluation, 16 – 17 September 2010, Bonn
The Masterclass is designed for experienced evaluation practitioners and researchers who are able to bring and speak about examples of their own practice during the workshop. Participants will be exposed to ideas derived from complexity sciences, addressing a range of methods, and in particular the importance of reflection and reflexivity in research. The workshop will be lead by Dr. Chris Mowles, who has worked in international development for thirty years and currently combines consultancy practice with directing the innovative doctoral programme at the Complexity Research Group, University of Hertfordshire.
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Practical Skills for Conducting Impact Evaluations, 4 – 5 November, Bonn
As an interactive workshop, this Masterclass will focus on training participants to conduct impact evaluations in the context of development projects and programmes. Apart from addressing key challenges and methodological approaches, the event will also hold discussions based on a comparative analysis of methods used in impact evaluation practices. Several exercises during the workshop will facilitate practical skills-building for the participants’ future work.
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