Monitoring and evaluation: new developments and challenges
Date: 14-16 June 2011
Venue: The Netherlands
This international conference will examine key elements and challenges confronting the evaluation of international development, including its funding, practice and future.
The main themes of the conference will include: governance and accountability; impact; M&E in complex contexts of social change; the M&E of advocacy; M&E of capacity building; programme evaluation in an era of results-based management; M&E of humanitarian programmes; the design of M&E systems; evaluating networks, including community driven networks; changing theories of change and how this relates to M&E methods and approaches. Overview of conference
Call for M&E Case Studies
Case study abstracts (max. 500 words) are invited that relate to the conference themes above, with an emphasis on what has been done in practice. We will offer a competition for the best three cases and the authors will be invited early to the UK to work on their presentation for a plenary session. We will also identify a range of contributions for publication in Development in Practice.
Download the full case study guidelines, and submit your abstracts via email to Zoe Wilkinson.
Case studies abstracts deadline: 11 March 2011