Are you interested in the evaluation of UNESCO’s action to protect culture in emergencies?Read more...
Request for Proposals - Evaluation of UNESCO’s Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education (LLECE
For the past 25 years, UNESCO’s Latin American Laboratory for Assessment of the Quality of Education (Laboratorio or LLECE) has been coordinating large-scale student assessment covering the majority of the countries of Latin America. The Laboratorio was last evaluated in 2009.
The evaluation will take stock of the contribution of the Laboratorio and its role in the area of large-scale educational assessments. The evaluation will be an input into strategic decisions and inform future actions of the Laboratorio.Read more...
20th Anniversary of RedWIM
The Latin American and Caribbean Women in Management Network – REDWIM, member of EvalGender+ / EvalPartners will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an International Seminar open to the public: “Experiences in gender equity in organizations: Perspectives for Innovation and Sustainability”Read more...
Student evaluation case competitions are an excellent mechanism for developing evaluation capacity. They give students a hands-on experience with evaluation of a program or policy. This practical experience increases their understanding of the importance of evaluation and, in some cases, may be the starting point for a professional career in our discipline.Read more...
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Plus que 15 jours pour nous adresser vos propositions d'interventions dans le cadre du FIFE2019 consacré à "L'évaluation au profit de qui et avec quelles valeurs ?". Six sous-thèmes sont proposés pour traiter cette question :Read more...
The AGM was held on Tuesday June 18, 2019 via webinar. Click here to listen to the recording and see the presentations that were made.Read more...
Le Forum International Francophone de l’Evaluation (FIFE) est un événement qui rassemble près de 300 participants-es, en provenance d’une trentaine de pays.Read more...
Do you want your country to be represented in an international event where teams of students compete in analysing a case involving evaluation of a program or policy?Read more...
The 2019 World Evaluation Case Competition is now open for applications.
We are excited to announce that this August, Claremont Evaluation Center is offering its annual Professional Development Workshops, which provide working professionals and students with world-class practical and theoretical training in evaluation and applied research.Read more...
The IOCE represents international, national, sub-national and regional Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) worldwide. It strengthens international evaluation through the exchange of evaluation methods and promotes good governance and recognition of the value evaluation has in improving peoples’ lives.
(acr.) voluntary organizations for professional evaluation. An umbrella term for all kinds of groups interested in advancing evaluation as a profession. VOPEs can function at regional and national levels and bring together evaluation practitioners from various fields – including government, academia and non-governmental organizations.
VOPEs promote equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations, and aim to influence organizational and national evaluation policies in benefit of society at large.
The development of national VOPEs began with the establishment of the Eastern Evaluation Research Society in 1978 and the Canadian Evaluation Society in 1981. The need for global exchange of evaluation practices led to the establishment of the International Development Evaluation Association in 2002 and the IOCE in 2003.
The number of regional, national, and international VOPEs increased from 15 in 1999 to more than 188 by the end of 2013. A new type of VOPE also emerged in 2013: the Parliamentarians Forum on Development Evaluation in South Asia, a self-organized group of members of Parliament from South Asian countries interested in advancing evaluation in their countries.