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Author / Copyright Holder: Michael Sayre
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk from Thursday, May 11th as Michael Sayre of Search for Common Ground led a discussion on "The Evolution of Collective Impact." ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Kat Haugh
In September 2016, we published the results of a literature review on the evidence base for collaborating, learning and adapting and stated that we planned to update it on an ongoing basis.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Zahed Yousuf
Opportunities to find politically feasible solutions are everywhere; the challenge is searching for them. There is a growing acknowledgement within the development sector that achieving sustainable development outcomes is highly complex and cannot be isolated from a wide range of differing socioeconomic and political interests [1] ....
Author / Copyright Holder: Jindra Cekan
Poor villagers like Edith, Aminata, Rituu, and Juan don’t appear much on the nightly news.  You might never know they exist unless you stop and read your mail from some charity asking you to help them....
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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: Eric Meerkamper
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk hosted on April 27th 2017 by Eric Meerkamper, Global Head of Citizen Engagement at RIWI, who led a discussion on "Creating Opportunities for Accessing Global Citizen Opinion." M&E Thursday Talk - Creating Opportunities for Accessing Global Citizen Opinion from DME for Peace on Vimeo. This webinar highlighted Random Domain Intercept Technology(RDIT), an innovative methodology widely used to gather citizen opinion for data driven policy development and program initiatives....
Author / Copyright Holder: Lillie Ris and Anita Ernstorfer, Peacebuilding Evaluation Consortium
This paper aims to contribute to improving the relevance and effectiveness of ‘preventing’ or ‘countering’ violent extremism (P/CVE) approaches, including through the critical consideration of both the policy context in which P/CVE exists and the types of efforts being undertaken under this heading.  ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Leslie Minney
On March 7th, I attended the CPRF Forum on Building the Programs that Build The Peace Conference at the United States Institute of Peace which brought together Adrienne Lemon of Search for Common Ground, Leslie Wingender of Mercy Corps, Isabella Jean of CDA Collaborative Learning Projects, Joe Hewitt of United States Institute of Peace, and Melanie Greenberg of Alliance for Peacebuilding as moderator to discuss “Building the Programs That Can Better Build The Peace.” This discussion centered around learning, challenges, and bright spots in the monitoring and evaluation of peacebuilding practices. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Adrienne Lemon
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk on March 16th, 2017 hosted by Adrienne Lemon of Search for Common Ground who led a discussion on "The Foundations of Monitoring and Evaluation." ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Reina Neufeldt
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk on March 9, 2017 hosted by Reina Neufeldt who led a discussion on "You did what??? Exploring Peacebuiling Evaluation Ethics." ...
Author / Copyright Holder: Key Findings from MERL Tech London
Last week I attended the first London MERL Tech conference which brought together 90 researchers, evaluators, development practitioners, humanitarian aid workers, technology developers, data analysts/scientists, funders and others to continue the discussion that the MERL Tech community has been engaging in around the role of digital data and technology for monitoring, evaluation, research and learning for social good....
Author / Copyright Holder: Nick Oatley
This is a recording of the M&E Thursday Talk on February 23rd, 2017 hosted by Nick Oatley of Partners Global who led a discussion on "Making Design, Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, and Learning a primary objective." ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace
This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at Mixed Methods. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace
This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at Conflict Sensitivity. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace
This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at Logframes. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace
This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at Responsible M&E of Peacebuilding. ...
Author / Copyright Holder: DME for Peace
This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at Monitoring and Evaluation Plans. ...
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This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at Peacebuilding Program Design in Proposals. ...
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This video is part of the Foundations of M&E series on DME for Peace! In this video we look at pre and post surveys. ...

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