2017 UNEG Evaluation Week - Evaluation Practice Exchange
Please note that EvalWeek is only open to UNEG members, observers, institutional partners, and invited guests.
Please click to REGISTER. The registration will close on 30 March 2017.
2017 EvalWeek Logistical Note is now available.
Please click to download latest EPE agenda (April 2017).
The 2017 UNEG Evaluation Week comprises three key components:
The Evaluation Practice Exchange (EPE) (15th May full day and morning of 16th May 2017) is an important opportunity for UNEG members to come together to share experience, knowledge and expertise related to evaluation approaches and methodologies. Its purpose is to a) facilitate learning and exchange of experiences amongst UNEG members, b) improve the credibility and utility of UN evaluations and c) contribute to the advancement of the evaluation function in the UN system.
2017 EPE main theme is “Eradicating poverty and promoting prosperity in a changing world”. It will focus on the evaluation of seven SDGs of the 2017 HLPF and will be structured under the three streams:
- No one left behind: evaluating vulnerable and marginalized groups;
- Evaluating transformational change;
- National evaluation capacity.
The EPE aims to encourage learning between UNEG members through exchanges of their evaluation practice through presentations and working groups. To this end, the organizers would like to promote an emphasis on group work and discussions during the EPE sessions.
Please click to download the latest concept note, and 3 stream proposals (click event documents to download).
More information will be available soon.
- Evaluation Practice Exchange Seminar
- Europe/CIS / Austria
- 15 May 2017
- 16 May 2017
- UNEG Secretariat