Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace
On Thursday January 21, 2016 DME for Peace and InterAction were pleased to host a panel discussion on What Works in Measuring Peacebuilding and Protection Programs with Crisis Affected Populations?   ...
Author / Copyright Holder: EvalPartners and Universalia
While the International Year of Evaluation is coming to an end soon, EvalPartners and Universalia are pleased to invite you to watch newest videos as part of the EvalStory campaign. A series of 4 videos will be released over the next weeks to conclude this unique initiative. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Anne Buffardi, Simon Hearn, Tiina Pasanen, Clare Price, Louise Ball of the Overseas Development Institute
In 10 infographics, ODI presents 10 things that individuals need to know and understand about evaluation.  This is a great resource to introduce newcomers to the importance of evaluation.       ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Ricardo Wilson-Grau
Explore the strengths and weaknesses of how Wilson-Grau broaches the subject of complexity and systems thinking with clients who engage him to support them in developing monitoring (or M&E) mechanisms or to evaluate their work. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Institute for Inclusive Security
This is the powerpoint that accompanied a Thursday Talk entitled What Matters Most: Measuring Plans for Inclusiveness with Zsuzsanna Lippai of the Institute for Inclusive Security.  You can access the Thursday Talk summary, recording, and discussion here.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace, Washington Network on Children and Armed Conflict
On February 3, 2015 DME for Peace and the Washington Network on Children and Armed Conflict (WNCAC) hosted a panel discussion on Children and Youth in Peacebuilding: Evidence based approach to breaking cycles of violence. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: UNICEF
This video shares the story of a young man from South Sudan and his hopes for peacebuilding. The video was made in partnership with the UNICEF Peacebuilding, Education, and Advocacy (PBEA) Programme. For more information about the PBEA, and to access resources related to their activities, visit the PBEA community of practice housed here on DME for Peace!...
Author / Copyright Holder: Asian Development Bank , International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)
Dr Jyotsna Puri, head of evaluation, 3ie, underscores the importance of impact evaluations of humanitarian assistance programmes in a 12-minute video Assessing impact of humanitarian relief assistance: a challenge and an opportunity   ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Asian Development Bank , International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) have launched a video lecture series on impact evaluation. This lecture series is a primer on impact evaluation in which 3ie experts explain key technical concepts using plain language and graphics. If you are a programme implementer, a policymaker or a student looking to learn about how rigorous, policy-relevant impact evaluations and evidence synthesis generate valuable evidence about what development interventions have worked, how and at what cost, this lecture series is for you....
Author / Copyright Holder: The World Bank Strategic Impact Evaluation Fund
A short animation that provides an overview of how impact evaluations work.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation, USIP
In this Thursday Talk, the United States Institute of Peace's Learning and Evaluation team discussed their creation of a comprehensive evaluation approach designed to provide guidance to USIP’s leadership on whether the Institute is achieving the strategic objectives in the plan and how it can do better. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Ziad Moussa, Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, Ziad Moussa continued Diana Chigas’ introduction to Systems and Evaluation. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Diana Chigas, CDA and Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
Thursday Talks organized by the Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation are reflective discussions between funders and implementers on important issues within the field of peacebuilding evaluation.  In this talk Diana Chigas discusses systems thinking, and how the use of systems can make peacebuilding evaluations more relevant....
Author / Copyright Holder: Lisa Inks, Mercy Corps and Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this talk, Lisa Inks discusses a comparative study Mercy Corps is conducting of three types of conflict-affected communities in order to identify the effects of their programs.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Henri Myrttinen, International Alert and Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, Henri Myrttinen discusses International Alert's multi-year, multi-country research projects that aims to conceptualize and develop a variety of M&E approaches that would allow for a broader and deeper understanding of gender relations, and reflect the complexities of the various kind of programming that fall under the broad category of "peacebuilding".    ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Tom Bamat and Aaron Chassy, Network of Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, Tom Bamat and Aaron Chassy of Catholic Relief Services (CRS) led a discussion on the recently published Humanitarian Response in Violent Conflict: A Toolkit of Conflict Sensitive Indicators.      ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Carlisle Levine and Tom Bamat/Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, international evaluation expert, Carlisle Levine, and Tom Bamat, Senior Advisor on Justice and Peacebuilding at Catholic Relief Services discuss their experience conducting and managing a recent evaluation of Catholic Relief Services justice and peacebuilding practice from 2007-2013.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Carlisle Levine, Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, international evaluation expert Carlisle Levine discusses the utility of Most Significant Change, and Contribution Analysis for assessing causal linkages in peacebuilding interventions.   ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Evaluation Interest Group, USAID
In this video interview, Dr. Michele Tarsilla speaks about the importance of using mixed methods in the evaluation of development activities and initiatives. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Dave Davis, Network for Peacebuilding Evaluation
In this Thursday Talk, Professor Dave Davis of George Mason University discusses Means Ends Objective Network (MEON), a mathematical way to describe a Theory of Change, and determine how robust it is.  ...

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