Evaluation 2016: Evaluation + Design

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AEA's Role in the New Global Initiatives from EvalPartners

Session Number: 1272
Track: AEA Sponsored Sessions
Session Type: Panel
Tags: advocacy, AEA News, communities of practice, Cross-cultural evaluation, developing countries, Evaluation advocacy, Evaluation Policy, Feminist Evaluation, field building, gender equality, global, international, international collaboration, International Evaluation, partnerships, policy
Session Chair: Mike Hendricks [AEA representative to IOCE and EvalPartners]
Presenter 1: Svetlana Negroustoueva [World Bank]
Presenter 2: Thomas A. Schwandt [Professor - University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign]
Presenter 3: Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead [Assistant Professor - University of Connecticut ]
Presenter 4: Donna Podems [University of Johannesburg]
Presenter 5: Nicole R Bowman, Ph.D. [President - Bowman Performance Consulting]
Presentation 4 Additional Author: John LaVelle [Assistant Professor - Louisiana State University]
Time: Oct 27, 2016 (03:00 PM - 04:30 PM)
Room: L504

Abstract 1 Title: EvalGender+
Abstract 2 Title: EvalSDGs
Abstract 3 Title: EvalYouth
Abstract 4 Title: Professionalization
Abstract 5 Title: EvalIndigenous
Audience Level: All Audiences
Other Information: Denise has already approved this as an AEA Sponsored Session

Session Abstract: 

EvalPartners, the global movement to strengthen national evaluation capacities, has recently begun several new world-wide initiatives. AEA has designated official representatives for five (5) of these new initiatives -- EvalGender+, EvalSDGs, EvalYouth, Professionalization, and EvalIndigenous – and a variety of activities are underway in each area. In this session, AEA’s official representative to each initiative explains the overall purpose and goals of the initiative, what is happening globally, how exactly AEA is involved, next steps, and how you can become involved. There will be ample time for audience questions and discussion.

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