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Author / Copyright Holder: Dr Michael McGill
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk from August 17th, 2017 as Dr Michael McGill of Young Peacebuilders led a discussion on "Youth Engagement through Participatory Evaluation: Lessons from West Africa." ...
Author / Copyright Holder: GAGE Consortium
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk from August 10th, 2017 as the GAGE Consortium led a discussion on "Using Technology to Engage Adolescents in Peacebuilding in the Middle East." ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Aubri Tuero
With the unanimous adoption of UN Security Council Resolution 2250, the United Nations Security Council urged Member States to devise ways to give youth a greater voice in decision-making and enable their participation in peace processes....
Author / Copyright Holder: Rhea Daniels, Media El Tayara, and Jacob Gaudaur
When working in the field of peacebuilding, it is not hard to come across various types of evaluations - impact, developmental, and outcome evaluations are just a few of the many! In this blog, we will discuss our approach to content analysis in assessing a sample of evaluations....
Author / Copyright Holder: Laura Gagliardone
Over the past years, the role of culture in evaluation has acquired respect and importance because its comprehension helps at telling a more complete story of what is happening to and with program participants. Developmental specialists and evaluators are called to operate in a way that reflects the historical, social, cultural, political and economic contexts of people while planning, developing and implementing programs as well as monitoring, evaluating and disseminating the results....
Author / Copyright Holder: Ashley Law
Violent conflict presents one of the greatest threats to human development. Nearly half of the more than 1.4 billion population living in fragile and conflict affected states are below the age of 20. However, recent reports indicate that equitable and relevant education is one critical way to build young people's capacities and strengthen social cohesion to mitigate the negative effects of violent conflict on young women and men’s lives. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: PeacePlayers International
This evaluation of PeacePlayers International - South Africa, a sport for development program serving youth in Durban, South Africa, used mixed methods to examine program relevance and effectiveness.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Hur Hassnain
This presentation was made by War Child UK's Hur Hassnain at the Breaking Barriers in Participation & Inclusion in Peacebuilding Evaluation Conference in Cape Town on December 6, 2016. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Hur Hassnain
In the humanitarian sector children are often seen as the recipients of assistance designed by others, rather than as agents of change who can help shape how their needs are responded to. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Rainah Umlauf
Following the DC launch of UN Security Council Resolution 2250 on youth, peace and security last month, the Washington Network on Children in Armed Conflict (WNCAC) hosted an online discussion with five young leaders who exemplify the important role that youth are playing to build peace and resilience in their communities. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Rebecca Herrington
The following video is from Rebecca Herrington's M&E Thursday Talk on Emerging Practices in Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation of Education for Peacebuilding Programming Guide. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Bosun Jang
The following video is from Bosun Jang's M&E Thursday Talk Exploring Developmental Evaluation in UNICEF's PBEA Program. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Eva G. Armour and Juliana Schroeder
The following video is from Eva G. Armour and Juliana Schroeder's M&E Thursday Talk on Befriending the Enemy: The Lasting Impacts of Youth Programs for Peace. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Plan International UK
 Children beneficiaries of the programme selected evaluation questions, collected and analysed data in order to deliver an assessment of the programme’s results, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, relevance and equity. This second experience took place in Zimbabwe with a slightly modified methodology to incorporate learning from the previous study and differences in the programme....
Author / Copyright Holder: Search for Common Ground, Rebecca Herrington
The Emerging Practices Guide is a step forward in bridging that gap by helping identify how best to design education for peacebuilding programming. It also serves to capture and assess its potential impact and contribution to sustainable, transformative change. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Ella Duncan, DME for Peace
In July 2014, the Global Partnership for Children and Youth in Peacebuilding initiated a multi-agency, multi-country, multi-donor (3M) evaluation. DME for Peace spoke with the head evaluators, about their methodologies, associated ethical approach, and their lessons learned about the best ways to engage children and youth in evaluation processes. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Global Partnership for Children & Youth in Peacebuilding
The Global Partnership for Children and Youth in Peacebuilding was formed in 2012, and in 2014 a Steering Team for a 3M (multi-agency, multi-country, multi-donor) Evaluation of Children and Youth Participation in Peacebuilding was established. Steering Team members include: PATRIR, Save the Children Norway, Search for Common Ground, the United Network of Young Peacebuilders and World Vision, each of these organizations brings experience in and commitment to engaging children and youth in peacebuilding. The group engaged in evaluating the quality and impact of children and youth’s participation in peacebuilding initiatives in Nepal, DRC and Colombia, and to identify recommendations to strengthen the implementation of such initiatives in the future and produce better results. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Anna Wood, Educo (Member of the ChildFund Alliance), Plan International, Save the Children UK, War Child UK and World Vision International
This report was created to provide findings on a survey conducted across five agencies regarding their feedback and compliant mechanisms for the children served by their programs. Various types and levels of mechanisms were surveyed across 15 programs outlined in in the report.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Indigo/Interpeace
Indigo, in partnership with Interpeace, conducted a participatory research on the obstacles to social cohesion and the dynamics of violence involving youth in urban spaces of Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, wich resulted in the production of the present report and a film which allows the voices of the population to be heard directly. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Save the Children
A six-part guide on how to monitor and evaluate children’s participation in programmes, communities and in wider society. ...

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