M&E Conferences

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  • Thu
    19
    Feb
    2015
    1300 to 1430Room 221, Institute for Development Studies, UK


    (from IDS website)

    "In this Centre for Development Impact seminar, Richard Longhurst (IDS) and Sarah Mistry (BOND) will highlight the importance of evaluability assessments for development projects, as well as discussing the suitability of various evaluation methods that are available to a manager.

    Evaluability is a technical term not often used outside the evaluation community: of several definitions, it can be described as: ‘"the feasibility of an evaluation is assessed … it should be determined whether or not the development intervention is adequately defined and its results verifiable, and if the evaluation is the best way to answer questions posed by policy makers or stakeholders" (OECD-DAC). It is mostly a project (or programme or intervention) design issue in so far as evaluation is better incorporated into the early design stage. An assessment of evaluability should lead to a more logical choice of evaluation methods. Integral to what looks like a technical exercise, there are many important and sometimes contentious management and stakeholder issues."

  • Thu
    19
    Feb
    2015
    1400 to 1420


    American Evaluation Society - Free - Coffee Break Demonstrations
    by-Christian Geckeler & Hannah Betesh. More info here

    Qualitative data analysis software (QDAS) is an increasingly popular tool for managing and analyzing data in evaluation research including data from focus groups and interviews, program background documents and other qualitative data sources. In this Coffee Break, the presenters will discuss how to design evaluation data collection tools and train data collection teams to get the most benefit from using qualitative software.

  • Mon
    09
    Mar
    2015
    Lima, Peru

    Organised by Latin-American and Caribbean Monitoring, Evaluation and Systematization Network (RELAC)

    Conference website (in Spanish): https://conferenciarelac.wordpress.com/

  • Thu
    19
    Mar
    2015
    Wageningen University and Research Centre, The Netherlands,

    A conference on taking responsibility in M&E for systemic change
    Wageningen University and Research centre

    Expectations about evaluation are shifting away from mainly assessing goal achievement to asking if the goals themselves can be considered responsible and how can we become more aware and critical of unexpected effects. Triggered in part by the undeniably urgent social and environmental crises, this shift asks of those involved in monitoring and evaluation to be clear which questions must be asked, what competencies are needed to do this, which conversations with who matter, and who is accountable for transformative innovation. The concept of ‘responsible innovation’ can help inspire those engaged in monitoring and evaluation to contribute responsibly for a sustainable and equitable future.

    The first two confirmed keynote speakers are: Dr. Irene Guijt on "From responsible innovation to responsible monitoring and evaluation" and Professor Phil MacNaghten, who will talk about Responsible Innovation, International Development and the Challenge for Evaluation.

    For more information about the conference, please see ‘About E4I’  on the right hand side.

    This is a conference for: innovation managers, policy makers, M&E managers, evaluators, M&E commissioners, researchers, and those with M&E and/or results-based management responsibilities.

    Conference participants are asked to submit proposals for: mini-workshops, paper presentations, roundtable discussions, other. Deadline for submission of proposals is 1 February 2015. For more information please see ‘call for proposals’ on the right hand side.

    Unfortunately there are no scholarships available for this conference.

    More information to follow shortly.

    For more information please contact:
    maria.soelen@wur.nl (logistics)
    cecile.kusters@wur.nl (content only)

    Location: Hof van Wageningen, Wageningen, the Netherlands
    Conference fee: €375 (2 days; incl. lunch & drinks)
    More info and registration: http://tinyurl.com/cdiconference

     

  • Wed
    13
    May
    2015
    Holiday Inn, Regents Park, London

    Conference website
    Call for abstracts
    Contributions are invited on methods, practice and policy from civil society, government, academia and business, both in the UK and overseas. Abstracts for papers, symposiums, discussion panels and posters should cover:

    Theme 1:  The role of evaluation in influencing decisions
    and policy-making
    Theme 2: Innovative methodologies, including alternative approaches to impact evaluation, and technology challenges
    Theme 3: Theory and practice of inclusion of stakeholders/
    participants/beneficiaries
    Theme 4:  Proof of the pudding:
    • How do we know what has changed?
    • Have policies had the expected impact?
    • What difference have they made to people’s lives?
    • What are the unintended consequences?
    • What lessons can be learnt from the experience?

    Venue: The conference will be held at the Holiday Inn Regent's Park, Carburton Street, London W1W 5EE. The hotel is located within close proximity of Euston, King's Cross and St Pancras railway stations.   Location on Google Maps

    Contact: The conference administration is being undertaken by Professional Briefings. For further information on abstract submissions or any other aspect of the conference please contact:

    Professional Briefings
    1 St Mary's Courtyard
    Church Street
    Ware
    Hertfordshire SG12 9EF
    Email: london@profbriefings.co.uk
    Telephone: 01920 487672
    Fax: 01920 462730

     

  • Sun
    24
    May
    2015
    Montreal, Quebec, Canada

    The conference website

    Conference theme: The World We Want

    Location: The CES 2015 Conference will be held at the Centre Sheraton in downtown Montreal. Arrangements for sleeping accommodations have been made with the hotel for delegates from out of town. A block of rooms at a special rate has been reserved. As the number of nights at this rate is limited, their allocation will be made according to a “first come, first served” basis.  To benefit from this rate, you must make your reservation using theSheraton booking tool before April 22. 2015. You can also book a room by telephone at 1-800-325-3535 (specify that it is for the Canadian Evaluation Society 2015 Conference).

    Proposal submission:  You are invited to submit a proposal for:

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  • Mon
    06
    Jul
    2015
    Thu
    09
    Jul
    2015
    Auckland - New Zealand

    Organizer: The Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association

    Theme: 'Navigating Evaluation: Making waves in Aotearoa and across the Pacific". http://www.anzea.org.nz/anzea-conferences/anzea-conference-2015/

  • Thu
    03
    Sep
    2015
    Fri
    04
    Sep
    2015
    Geneva, Switzerland

    Organizer: Swiss Evaluation Society (SEVAL) and Geneva Evaluation Network (GEN)

  • Sat
    05
    Sep
    2015
    Melbourne, Australia

    Conference website: http://conference2015.aes.asn.au/

    Conference theme: Reaching across boundaries

    Invitation: Call for conference presentation and pre-conference workshop proposals

    Conference location: marvellous Melbourne :-)

  • Wed
    23
    Sep
    2015
    Fri
    25
    Sep
    2015
    Kyiv, Ukraine

    Conference organizers: International Program Evaluation Network/IPEN, the National Academy for Public Administration under the President of Ukraine and the CCC Creative Center
    Dates: September 23-25, 2015 (23.09 – Workshops, 24-25.09 – Conference)
    Conference working languages: English, Russian
    Deadline for applications June 10, 2015 (through 6 PM local time in Kyiv
    Publication of the conference program and pre-conference workshops - June 1, 2015
    Registration of conference participants will open on June 1, 2015
    Conference and workshops site: Kyiv, Ukraine
    Registration fee for conference participants (2 days)- TBD
    Pre-conference workshop (1 day) - TBD
    E-mail of the Conference Committee: conference@eval-net.org

  • Thu
    24
    Sep
    2015
    10.30am to 5pmLondon Metropolitan University, Graduate Centre, 166-220 Holloway Road, N7 8DB, London

    Introduction to the workshop

    Evaluation is now expected of every funded project, programme, policy and is a central part of the development of any organisation.  And numerous models/ approaches have arisen in response to this demand. Yet frequently the purposes for all this evaluation and which model or approach best serves each purpose is not clear. This training workshop aims to make sense of the different reasons for and approaches to evaluation to maximise the possibility that evaluation in practice will be useful for those it is intended to serve. This workshop will focus on the critical foundations of evaluation practice and would be of interest to people who carry out evaluation as well as those who are responsible for managing and using evaluation in their professional environments.

    In particular, it would be suitable for those who:

    • have evaluation responsibility in their organisations but little formal training
    • have some experience of evaluation but require more solid grounding


    The workshop will cover:
    definitions of and reasons for evaluation; key concepts and principles in commissioning and planning an evaluation; evaluation design: logic mapping, models and different approaches to evaluation; data collection methods; further resources.

    By the end of the workshop, participants will have an understanding of: the purposes of evaluation; the key elements required in designing and planning an effective evaluation; the different approaches to evaluation (and their strengths and limitations); undertaking ‘logic mapping’ as a key element in evaluation design; an overview of the different data collection methods.

     

    The workshop format will be interactive, combining presentations, group discussions and practical exercises in small groups. Bring along a project in mind that you may be evaluating or that needs to be evaluated!

     Resources will be provided to attendees. This will include workshop presentations, reading material, and links to online material.

     Biography: Georgie Parry-Crooke is Professor of Social Research and Evaluation within the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities at London Metropolitan University. She has over 25 years’ experience of designing, conducting and managing evaluations as well as teaching graduate level evaluation courses and directing evaluation training. Her experience as a researcher and evaluator has included project, programme, process and outcome evaluations on behalf of NGOs and the statutory sector in the UK. Her interest extends to ethics and ethical practice: she was an advisor to the Cabinet Office on research ethics and participant understanding and until recently, chaired the university’s research ethics committee. Georgie is also Co-Director of Project Oracle Children and Youth Evidence Hub, which aims to build the capacity of providers and funders to develop and commission evidence-based projects and services.

    The event is £95 (including VAT) to UKES members and £195 (including VAT) to non-members, payable by check to the UK Evaluation Society (or cash) at the door. To become a UKES member please click: https://www.evaluation.org.uk/membership

     Lunch will be provided.

     Booking and confirmation of booking are essential as places are limited. In order to attend, please complete the registration form attached and return it to Annabelle Raza: annabelle.raza@getthedata.co.uk  

     

  • Wed
    30
    Sep
    2015
    UNESCO, 7 Place de Fontenoy, 75007, Paris, France

    here.

    Participants are kindly invited to register for this event on the abovementioned web site.

    If you experience any problems using the website or if you have any suggestions, please contact the EES Secretariat.

    Enjoy!

    EES Secretariat

    www.europeanevaluation.org

  • Mon
    26
    Oct
    2015
    Fri
    30
    Oct
    2015
    Thailand

    Co-hosted by DFID and organized co-jointly with the Fourth International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities)
    Conference website here

    Background
    The International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), established in 2002, is the only global professional evaluation for individual members and the only association focused primarily on development evaluation. It has more than 750 members from more than 70 countries, with a majority of members living in the global South, possessing a great variety of backgrounds, from the private sector to philanthropy, from governments and international organizations to local communities, and from academia to action oriented grass-roots organizations. The mission of IDEAS is to “improve and extend the practice of development evaluation by refining knowledge, strengthening capacity, and expanding networks for development evaluation, particularly in developing and transition countries.”
    The theme for the upcoming Global Assembly is “Evaluating Sustainable Development”. This theme recognizes the move towards integrating sustainability in development, as illustrated in the sustainable development goals which the UN will adopt as successors to the millennium development goals. The evaluation community as well as policy makers, politicians and stakeholders in the development world need to be ready for these goals and think through what changes they would bring to development policies and programs, to action for equity and gender, to public service and market based interventions, and to democratic governance and accountability. To make our societies and economies more sustainable means that we need to integrate environmental concerns and ecosystem services in our thinking, as we cannot survive in a world that has depleted resources and degraded ecosystems. A balance will need to be achieved between the social, economic and environmental domains. And this balance will need to be sustainable over time: the needs of current generations will need to be balanced with the needs of future generations. Evaluators will be asked to integrate these issues into evaluations of policies, programs and interventions.(more…)

  • Mon
    26
    Oct
    2015
    Fri
    30
    Oct
    2015
    Bangkok, Thailand

    Organizer: IDEAS
    Evaluation practitioners and policy-makers from around the world will gather at the Millennium Hilton Hotel in
    Bangkok (Thailand) on October 26-30, 2015, to discuss and learn from each other about this year’s Conference Theme:

    “Evaluating Sustainable Development”

    The event is co-hosted by DFID and organized co-jointly with the Fourth International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities.

    Why Attend the 2015 Global IDEAS Assembly?

    · Are you an evaluation professional with a keen interest in international development?
    · Are you an evaluator and you are trying who to expand your international portfolio?
    · Are you interested in learning more about international evaluation practices and global perspectives on where the evaluation field is going?

    If you answered yes to any of the above questions, then you will greatly benefit from attending the 2015 Global Assembly organized by the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS). The event, held in Thailand at the Millennium Hilton Bangkok from October 28 to October 30, 2015, will be taking place in parallel to the Fourth International Conference on National Evaluation Capacities. During the two days before the conference starts (October 26-27) world-renowned experts will also present workshops aimed to strengthen participants’ technical skills and enlarge their methodological toolset, in view of the new Sustainable Development Goals Agenda and the challenges that come with it.

    Conference Highlights
    Conference keynote speakers, providing inspiration for both conferences, include:
    · Vinod Thomas, Director-General of the Independent Evaluation Group of the Asian Development Bank; and
    · Marco Segone, chair of the UN Evaluation Group and Director of the Independent Evaluation Office of UN-Women.

    Many other international evaluation professionals will be presenting and chairing panel sessions on a wide variety of subjects, such as South-South Collaboration, Qualification of evaluation professionals and New frontiers for evaluation in a fast changing world.Some of the participants will include:
    · Emanuel Jimenez, Executive Director of 3ie;
    · Penny Hawkins, Head of Evaluation of DFID and Chair of the DAC Evaluation Network;
    · Richard Levin, Chair of the South African Monitoring and Evaluation Society

    More About the Conference Theme
    The theme for the Global Assembly is “Evaluating Sustainable Development”. In response to the need for measuring effectively and attaining the so-called Sustainable Development Goals (2015-2030) in a timely manner, the event will especially cater to all those evaluation professionals(including policy makers, programmers, politicians)who will be called upon to contribute to such goals in their own day-to-day work. Since it will be essential to integrate environmental concerns and ecosystem services in our thinking to make our societies and economies more sustainable in the future, the Conference will strive to emphasize the balance that evaluators and policy-makers will need to look for across the social, economic and environmental domains. In doing so, presentations held during the Global Assembly will especially focus on such fundamental themes as equity and gender, public service and market-based interventions, democratic governance and accountability.

    Background
    The International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), established in 2002, is the only global professional evaluation for individual members and the only association focused primarily on development evaluation. It has more than 750 members from more than 70 countries, with a majority of members living in the global South, possessing a great variety of backgrounds, from the private sector to philanthropy, from governments and international organizations to local communities, and from academia to action oriented grass-roots organizations. The mission of IDEAS is to “improve and extend the practice of development evaluation by refining knowledge, strengthening capacity, and expanding networks for development evaluation, particularly in developing and transition countries.”
    Further information may be found on the IDEAS website: www.IDEAS-global.org.A special conference website will be opened in the near future for registration and information purposes.
    For further information contact:
    IDEAS GA Administrator
    Ms. Jean Hilburn
    PostNet Suite #84, Private Bag X12, Cresta
    Johannesburg 2118, South Africa
    E-Mail: jeanhilburn@telkomsa.net
    www.ideas-global.org

  • Wed
    04
    Nov
    2015
    Thu
    05
    Nov
    2015
    Leeds, UK

    This two day conference brings together internationally recognised scholars from a wide range of disciplines to debate and advance realist methodologies and celebrate the innovative and ground-breaking work of emeritus Professor Ray Pawson.

    Considerable innovation is happening in realist synthesis, evaluation, and mixed method research. There is compelling evidence of wide scale early adoption of realist methodologies across the human and social sciences. This conference, which is being held at The Leeds Club, brings together these innovators and adopters to advance realist methodologies.

    Confirmed speakers include: Annette Boaz, Nick Emmel, Trish Greenhalgh, Joanne Greenhalgh, Justin Jagosh, Mike Kelly, Bruno Marchal, Ana Manzano, Mark Monaghan, Jane Nixon, Ray Pawson, Rebecca Randell, Jo Rycroft-Malone, Nick Tilley, Sara Van Belle, Rebecca Walwyn, Malcolm Williams, and Geoff Wong.

    Key note sessions include: The zigzag of realist methodology; realist synthesis; multiple methods in realist research; policy, lessons from realist research; realist evaluation in international development; RCTs and realist evaluation.

  • Mon
    09
    Nov
    2015
    Chicago, Illinois, USA

    Exemplary Evaluations in A Multicultural World: Learning from Evaluation's Successes Across the Globe: More than 30 Voluntary Organizations of Professional Evaluation (VOPEs), including the American Evaluation Association (AEA), EvalPartners, UN Agencies, and donor agencies have declared 2015 the International Year of Evaluation.

     

  • Tue
    17
    Nov
    2015
    Wed
    18
    Nov
    2015
    IFAD Headquarters, in Rome

    Enhancing the evaluability of Sustainable Development Goal 2 (SDG2): "End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture"

    Technical seminar jointly organized by the evaluation offices of FAO, IFAD, WFP and CGIAR

     

    In the context of the initiatives for the International Year of Evaluation, the evaluation offices of the Rome-based agencies, which include, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD),the World Food Programme (WFP) and the CGIAR (formerly known as the Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research) are jointly organizing a technical seminar entitled “Enhancing the evaluability of Sustainable Development Goal 2: End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture”, which will take place on 17-18 November 2015 at IFAD Headquarters, in Rome.

    The objective of the seminar is to contribute to a shared understanding of how SDG2 could be evaluated and identify actions needed to enable evaluations of SDG2 through the United Nations system, other international organizations or countries themselves. Specific objectives of the seminar are to: (i) share lessons learned on the evaluability of the MDGs and other partnership initiatives of similar scale (for example the Paris Declaration); (ii) jointly review key challenges for evaluation in relation to the post-2015 development agenda in general and SDG2 in particular; and (iii) identify concrete steps for RBAs towards building evaluability of SDG2.

    The seminar will allow opening forward-looking discussions around four themes:

    1: The relevance of 'new metrics' for the evaluation of SDG2 — data revolution and innovative approaches for capturing qualitative dimensions of human wellbeing

    2: Partnerships and development actors — dealing with the increasing complexity of development processes and partnerships

    3: National M&E systems and data availability — building on the progress made and addressing existing (capacity) gaps

    4: Demand for and use of evidence from evaluation — understanding the political economy of evidence and developing a joint evaluation agenda for SDG2.

     

    The provisional agenda of the workshop is available here

    Follow the technical seminar via webcast  webcast | Read more: Concept note

    For additional information, contact the SDG2 evaluation seminar secretariat: SDG2eval@ifad.org

     

  • Fri
    11
    Dec
    2015
    3:30 PMLondon

    The UKES London/South-East Regional Network is pleased to invite you to a special event about the future of evaluation: Evaluation 2.0: The digital future of evaluation Jenny Hughes When: Friday, 11th December 2015, from 4pm to 6pm (Registration from 3.30pm) Venue: International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED), 80-86 Gray’s Inn Road, WC1X 8NH Abstract: How will the new technologies change evaluation? To address this question Jenny Hughes will describe the evolution of the web and the key features of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. She will list some of the on-line tools and methodologies available to evaluators and describe how they can be used to improve practice. She will identify the range of new evaluation products that can be generated. She will examine ways in which technology is changing the role of the evaluator and how it impacts on the process of development evaluation. Finally she will identify the skills evaluators will need in the future. Please bring your laptop or mobile device with you to try out some of the new technologies that are already available. Bio: Jenny Hughes (Centre for Research and Education Development, Wales) is an experienced evaluation practitioner, author and teacher. Specialised in e-learning, social networking, direct beneficiary feedback and crowd sourcing she has had extensive experience in collaborative education and evaluation research projects. A founder member of CERN (the Capitalisation and Evaluation Research Network) she has undertaken policy, programme and project evaluations for a wide range of clients including government departments, international agencies, universities and NGOs. She has also been involved in running regular training courses and seminars in evaluation skills for project managers and teaching on post-graduate Evaluation Studies programmes. Registration is from 3.30pm. The main session starts at 4pm. Refreshments will be available. The event is £25 for UKES members and £50 for non-members, payable by check to the UK Evaluation Society (or cash) at the door. To become a UKES member please click: https://www.evaluation.org.uk/membership. Booking and confirmation of booking are essential as places are limited. In order to attend, please request a registration form to annabelle.raza@getthedata.co.uk and send it back before December 4th 2015. The event is £25 for UKES members and £50 for non-members, payable by check to the UK Evaluation Society (or cash) at the door.

     

     

  • Thu
    17
    Mar
    2016
    Fri
    18
    Mar
    2016
    Wageningen, Netherlands

    What this conference is about

    This two-day conference focuses on how those active in monitoring and evaluation (M&E) can contribute better to partnerships in development. Key questions to be explored include:

    1. What kinds of partnerships exist that could benefit from the support of M&E processes?
    2. How can M&E strengthen these partnerships for sustainable development?
    3. What is specific about the M&E within different kinds of partnerships, as compared to other implementation forms?

     

    The conference will connect the realities of those working in practice with ideas from people who are thought leaders on the partnership topic. Workshops, clinics and presentations will ensure a lively and thoughtful opportunity to question one’s own practice and find inspiration for new ideas.

     

    Contributions are being developed for the conference. Please also get in touch with ideas for specific contributions – papers, panels, roundtables or workshops are all welcome.  See 'call for proposals' under 'documents' on the right hand side.

    Conference organisers

    This conference is the eighth annual ‘M&E on the Cutting Edge’ event organised by the Centre for Development Innovation (CDI), Wageningen University and Research Centre, and Learning by Design, in collaboration with the PPPLab. Other organisations keen to collaborate with this conference can contact the organisers. Past events typically attract over 150 international participants.

     

    Practical information

    More information: cecile.kusters@wur.nl (content) or Lotte.vandenberg@wur.nl (logistics).

    Location: Hof van Wageningen, Wageningen, the Netherlands

    Conference fee (including lunch and drinks; excluding accommodation): €395

    (no scholarships available)

    More information and registration:http://www.wageningenur.nl/en/show/conference_partnering-for-success.htm

  • Wed
    20
    Apr
    2016
    Fri
    22
    Apr
    2016
    Palmer House Hilton Chicago, Illinois, USA

    Conference website:  http://education.illinois.edu/CREA/conference

    "Unquestionably, the continuing disproportionate inequities confronting traditionally disenfranchised communities in education, poverty, health care, and rates of incarceration must remain a primary focus of our collective effort as a global CREA community. It is also critically important that we substantively incorporate the unique assets of our culturally diverse communities in evaluations and assessments to address the inequities facing these communities. We are compelled and responsible for raising questions about what is being done to address the problems by aggressively developing, implementing and advocating approaches that contribute to solutions.

    THEMES

     Broadening participation in STEM and beyond

     Capacity building in global and local communities and neighborhoods

     Development of equitable measures, methods and metrics

     Policies and practices of influence and consequence

     Examples of effective models of collaborations and networks

    The 2016 CREA conference issues a call for papers that demonstrate the kinds of interventions in education, health care, criminal justice, and social services that are being undertaken to address inequities. What has been attempted? What are the results? What works for whom, why, and in what circumstances?

    Proposals are invited that address one or more of the following:

    1. Reports of interventions/programs—We invite papers that describe interventions/programs that addressed a particular type of inequity that also includes discussions of outcomes and impacts in education, poverty, health care, and in other social sectors.

    2. Development of an evidence base— We invite papers that discuss new waves of thinking about evidence of effectiveness, program impact, and interventions that target people of color including indigenous communities. To determine whether interventions/programs are successfully addressing social, health and educational inequities, we need robust evidence base not simply for purposes of problem diagnosis but also to determine the effectiveness of remedies. .

    3. Theory of change— We invite papers that explore the plausibility and testability of various theories of change that address inequities in specific, local circumstances, that is, theories of cause and effect that attribute change to intervention/program's strategies and action. The focus is on how theoretical and applied research (i.e. practitioners) explain individual, intergroup, and social/ systemic change occurs, specifically how, their actions will produce positive results.

    4. Instrumentation—We invite papers that address the development of measures and indicators that contribute to improved understanding of teaching and learning processes, especially measures and indicators that capture changes resulting from interventions in the teaching and learning processes of
    underrepresented individuals and populations. Likewise, we invite papers that address similar issues of instrumentation in health, psychological and cultural assessment.

     

  • Wed
    27
    Apr
    2016
    Thu
    28
    Apr
    2016
    London, UK

    The conference website http://www.profbriefings.co.uk/ukes2016

    Call for abstracts

    Contributions are invited on methods, practice and policy from civil society, government, academia and business, both in the UK and overseas. Structured abstracts for papers, symposiums, discussion panels and posters should cover:

    Theme 1:         The culture of evaluation and vice versa - practical experience of either building such a culture or evaluating cultural issues, what worked, why it worked and the pitfalls.

    Theme 2:         Unpacking complexity - how to analyse a situation and make it manageable, challenging assumptions, techniques for and experience of evaluating complex issues, learning from other disciplines.

    Theme 3:         Evaluation as a discipline - how to identify evaluators from different professional sectors and backgrounds and build communities of practice between and among them. What makes evaluators different and what value do they add?

    Theme 4:         Communication - spreading the word about evaluation, either to help develop a culture or to champion change as a result of evaluation findings. For example, through developing toolkits, exploiting the available technology, using social media, thinking out of the box.

    The closing date for receipt of abstracts for formal presentations is 13 November 2015 and for poster presentations is 11 April 2016.

    For further information contact london@profbriefings.co.uk

     

  • Sun
    05
    Jun
    2016
    Wed
    08
    Jun
    2016
    St Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada

     

    Join the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) for their 2016 National Conference in . The conference theme is 'on the edge', and will be explored by presenters in relation to approaches and methods, technology, professionalization, influence, and culture

     

  • Sat
    17
    Sep
    2016
    Wed
    21
    Sep
    2016
    Perth, Australia

    "At the 2016 conference we are asking for proposals that contribute to the following conference themes:

    1. Social and Cultural Landscapes
    2. Organisational, Political and Economic Landscapes
    3. Natural and Built Landscapes
    4. Evaluation Landscapes

    Click here for more information on the conference themes.

    The AES is pleased to announce that Victoria Hovane, and John Owen will be keynote speakersat aes16.

  • Wed
    28
    Sep
    2016
    Fri
    30
    Sep
    2016
    Maastricht, the Netherlands

     

    The 12th EES Biennial Conference "Evaluation Futures in Europe and Beyond: Connectivity, Innovation, and Use"will take place in Maastricht, The Netherlands, 28 – 30 September 2016 with pre-conference workshops on 26 – 27 September 2016. Information about the Conference is available on the Conference website.
    The organi​sers would like to invite you to submit abstracts for paper, poster or panel / round table sessions within one of the following strands:
    • Evaluation Ethics, Governance, and Professionalism
      • Ethical and Professional standards
      • Evaluation-specific capacity, skills and training
      • Evaluation Associations, policies and Politics
    • Evaluation Systems, Organisations and Partnerships
      • Evaluation Systems in organisations and administrations
      • The organisational architecture of evaluations: networks and partnerships
      • Information Technology for Evaluation Teamwork
    • Evaluation Methods and Research
      • New evaluation methods and criteria to mix / combine methods in evaluations
      • The role of academic disciplines in evaluation
      • Information Technology for data collection and analysis
    • Evaluation Use, Communication and Outreach
      • Evaluation audiences and uses
      • Evaluations that make a difference
      • Information Technology for Evaluation Communication
  • Mon
    24
    Oct
    2016
    Sat
    29
    Oct
    2016
    Atlanta, Georgia, USA

    The American Evaluation Association (AEA)'s annual conference theme is "Evaluation + Design". The AEA will bring together professionals from around the world who conduct, use, support, and study evaluation. Through this global community, the conference will explore how design and evaluation can be integrated to strengthen programs, benefit the environment, and improve the lives of people.

  • Mon
    21
    Nov
    2016
    Fri
    25
    Nov
    2016
    Hanoi, Vietnam

    Greetings from the Asia-Pacific Evaluation Association (APEA)

    The APEA is pleased to announce its inaugural international evaluation conference to be held in Hanoi, Vietnam from 21-25 Nov., 2016. The APEA is the sole representative body for evaluation in the Asia-Pacific region with national member evaluation societies, associations, and networks from more than 11 countries. The theme of the 2016 Conference is: ‘SDGs – Making a Difference through Evaluation’

    The conference over two days will bring together experts, government leaders and development partners to address international challenges in evaluation and the SDGs. The Conference will be followed by 2 days of post-conference workshops by leading experts in the evaluation field. Please find details about the APEA Evaluation Conference 2016 here: http://asiapacific-evaluation.org/apeaconf2016/

  • Thu
    06
    Apr
    2017
    Wageningen, Netherlands

    What this conference is about

    This conference seeks to get clarity and learn about how to measure what matters, when we are aiming for SDGs yet we seem to live in a ‘post-truth’ society.

    “Partnership and collaboration across every sector and at every level is vital if we are to meet the 2030 Global Goals for Sustainable Development. We need to find ways to measure progress in ways that have meaning to individuals from local to global, and across every sector. The range of organizations and stakeholders present and the range of initiatives being developed show how the Goals can be used to develop a shared framework.” – Jessica Fries, Executive Chairman, A4S. In: Measure What Matters: a Framework for Action. Post-Event Summary. 2016

    How do we get to the core of what matters to be evaluated? And for who? How can we generate evidence that has meaning for society at large, not just the key players in society?

    But how do we contribute to this as evaluators, program officers, policy makers, when facts seem to become less influential than emotions and personal beliefs? According to the Oxford Dictionaries ‘post-truth’ is defined as “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief”. We can see what happened in the UK (Brexit) and USA (Trump). Evaluators are not the only ones that advocate for evidence-based decision making:  'An American government that ignores science to pursue ideological agendas endangers the world'(Common Dreams,25 January 2017; https://tinyurl.com/hvsqtum)

    This conference is about measuring what matters in a post-truth society.

    Speakers: Claire Hutchings, Head of Programme Quality, Oxfam GB (https://tinyurl.com/h94ysza) and

    Wendy Asbeek,  Ministry of Foreign Affairs,  Director Policy and Operations Evaluation ( IOB)

    For more information go to the conference web page: http://www.managingforimpact.org/event/conference-measuring-what-matters-%E2%80%98post-truth%E2%80%99-society

  • Sun
    30
    Apr
    2017
    Wed
    03
    May
    2017
    Vancover, Canada

    Facing Forward: Innovation, Action, and Reflection  http://c2017.evaluationcanada.ca/

    The 2017 CES Conference will focus on innovation, action, and reflection. We will explore the latest methods and approaches evaluators are applying in a wide range of contexts and consider the ways in which evaluators are incorporating reflection into practice. This theme is meant to engage both internal and external evaluators in exploring the different ways in which they are thinking about their role and how they conduct evaluations. We will reflect on our work, explore ideas, share experiences and learn from one another about how to meet the new and emerging demands evaluators are facing in an era of social media, economic challenges, systems thinking, globalization and other emerging trends in our society.

  • Wed
    10
    May
    2017
    Thu
    11
    May
    2017
    London, United Kingdom

    Theme:  The use and usability of evaluation: Demonstrating and improving the usefulness of evaluation

    Website: http://www.profbriefings.net/index.php/news/61-2017-annual-evaluation-conference

    The theme of the 2017 Annual Evaluation Conference is Exploring the current uses of evaluation. Evaluation is a common term in the English language and means different things to different people. It is used in many different ways. We need to ensure that institutions and their staff who wish to “evaluate” their policies, programmes, projects and institutions know what that really means and what they will gain from the exercise. How, for example, does it differ from an audit, or monitoring, or a review? Is it the same as research? Can they use evaluation to measure impact, or success? Is it conducted before, during or after taking action, is it an external or internal exercise, who is involved, how are its conclusions communicated?

    Emphases on different types of use of evaluation change over time. These have included focus on accountability, establishing impact, formative and developmental evaluation to improve implementation, and generation of evidence to learn about what works.

     

  • Thu
    18
    May
    2017
    Fri
    19
    May
    2017
    Vilnius, Lithuania

    Organised by Visionary Analytics and Ministry of Finance

    Details to be provided

    Information on the previous evaluation conferences in Lithuania is provided here: http://esinvesticijos.lt/en/events/evaluationconference

  • Thu
    07
    Sep
    2017
    Fri
    08
    Sep
    2017
    Washington DC, USA

    "Digital data and new media and information technologies are changing monitoring, evaluation, research and learning (MERL). The past five years have seen technology-enabled MERL growing by leaps and bounds. From adaptive management and ‘developmental evaluation; to faster, higher quality data collection; to remote data gathering through sensors and self-reporting by mobile; to big data and social media analytics; to story-triggered methodologies —  the field is in constant flux with emerging methods, tools and approaches.

    Alongside these new initiatives, we are seeing increasing documentation and assessment of technology-enabled MERL initiatives. Good practice guidelines are emerging and agency-level efforts are making new initiatives easier to start, build on and improve. The swarm of ethical questions related to these new methods and approaches has spurred greater attention to areas such as responsible data practice and the development of policies, guidelines and minimum ethical standards for digital data.

    Championing the above is a growing and diversifying community of MERL practitioners, assembling from a variety of fields; hailing from a range of starting points; espousing different core frameworks and methodological approaches; and representing innovative field implementers, independent evaluators, and those at HQ that drive and promote institutional policy and practice"

    For more information see http://merltech.org/

  • Tue
    19
    Sep
    2017
    Wed
    20
    Sep
    2017
    Kingsbury Hotel, Colombo, Sri Lanka

    The Sri Lanka Evaluation Association (SLEvA) is a voluntary civil society organisation established in 1999, by an interested group of professionals from the government, private sector and non-governmental organisations. One of the flagship events conducted by SLEvA is the Biennial International Conference in Sri Lanka which attracts both local and foreign presentations and participation.

    This year’s Conference theme is Actioning Evaluation - Key to Sustainable Development (SD).

    For more information visit the conference website: https://slevaconference2015.wordpress.com/

    SLEvA Secretariat
    120/10, "Vidya Mandiraya"
    Wijerama Mawatha, Colombo 07
    Sri Lanka
    Tel : +9411 2696235
    E-mail: sleva.sec@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.sleva.lk/

     

  • Wed
    27
    Sep
    2017
    Fri
    29
    Sep
    2017
    Chicago, Illinois, USA

    Purpose

    Heightened community unrest sparked by the death of unarmed citizens; disproportionate inequities in education, poverty, health care, and rates of incarceration; and an intensely divisive U.S. presidential election require even more vigilant attention from our global CREA community. It is critically important that we focus on the generation, analysis, and usage of substantive evidence “that matters” in the evaluations and assessments we undertake. To address the issues our communities face, we are compelled and responsible to raise questions about what is being done to correct inequities and aggressively translate this evidence into action that has meaningful impact on our collective future.

    Themes

    Therefore the Evidence Matters: Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment Translating to Action and Impact in Challenging Times will focus on the following areas:

    Program evaluation, measurement and assessment as sources of evidence
    Challenging the status quo regarding whose evidence matters
    Cultural responsiveness as foundational to more equitable public policy
    Moving from evidence generation to advocacy and action
    Policies and practices of influence and consequence in the quest for social justice
    Ethical challenges in complex areas of inquiry; whose justice is advanced?

    Conference flyer 2017 CREA Conference Flier 

    Conference website: http://crea.education.illinois.edu/home/crea-conference-2017

     

     

  • Mon
    09
    Oct
    2017
    Tue
    10
    Oct
    2017
    Amman, Jordan
    ,,, the Middle East and North Africa Evaluation Network (EvalMENA) holds its 6th Evaluation Conference and General Assembly this year in Amman (Jordan) on 9-10 October and Pre-Conference Professional Development Workshops on 7-8 October under the title 'Evaluating Humanitarian Assistance and Refugee Response in the Context of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.'  The conference will additionally focus on the following important themes:
    1. Evaluation in Conflict Situations
    2. National Evaluation Capacity in the MENA Region within the Agenda 2030 and EvalAgenda2020
    3. Localizing EvalPartners Global Networks and Initiatives in MENA: EvalSDGs, EvalYouth, EvalGender+, Global Parliamentarian Forum for Evaluation + Professionalization
    Interested evaluators and M&E professionals from all countries and regions of the world are invited and welcome to apply though the following linkhttps://goo.gl/forms/ftev0eD8waWnrJVT2 to join us in Amman next month.  Application deadline is 15 September 2017.
  • Fri
    03
    Nov
    2017
    London

    3ie London Evidence Week 2017 is a series of public events focused on the importance of using evidence to inform how we address some of the biggest challenges we are facing in development.

    On 8 November, 3ie is organising a one-day conference at the George Fox Room, Friends House, Euston Road. The one-day conference, ‘Evidence that matters for vulnerable and marginalised people in international development’ will have interesting panels on promoting systematic review evidence in decision-making, reaching vulnerable and marginalised populations in WASH and agriculture sectors and presentations on various topics relating to promoting evidence-informed policymaking. This is a free event and will be of great interest to researchers, academics and students who are based in London. To register, please visit: http://bit.ly/LEW2017/

    Professor Charlotte Watts, DFID chief scientific advisor, will deliver the annual Howard White Lecture to open the one-day conference. As a renowned researcher in HIV and gender-based violence, her lecture will be very well suited to our theme.

    3ie is also pleased to be coordinating our London Evidence Week events with partners who also have events the same week. To know more about the events organised by the Campbell CollaborationHumanitarian Evidence Week organised by Evidence Aid and the Festival of Social Sciences, please click here ( http://bit.ly/LEW2017 )

  • Mon
    06
    Nov
    2017
    Sat
    11
    Nov
    2017
    Washington, D.C.

    Theme: Evaluation + Design

    Website: http://www.eval.org/p/cm/ld/fid=451

    Everything we evaluate is designed. Every evaluation we conduct is designed. Every report, graph, or figure we present is designed. In our profession, design and evaluation are woven together to support the same purpose—making the world a better place. By considering both as parts of a whole, we can advance that purpose. 

    This year, we will consider the integration of design and evaluation in three areas. 

    Program Design: We call the intentional actions that organizations take to improve the social or natural world programs. Today,organizations of every kind are designing and implementing programs. They include:

    • nonprofit organizations serving the most critical needs of communities with education, human services, and health programs;
    • government agencies piloting innovative solutions to longstanding social problems;
    • philanthropists supporting collaborative programs designed to create collective impact;
    • corporations implementing social responsibility programs that promote social equity and environmental sustainability;
    • and public-private initiatives, such as pay-for-success funding, social enterprises, and impact investing, that leverage private capital for social good.

    Every program is designed, yet the field of evaluation has not developed a systematic approach to designing programs. Should we? Can we? What would it look like? What role should evaluators play? How can evaluation be built into a program from the start? Can we design for sustainability? What does it mean for a program to have an exemplary design?

    Evaluation Design: An evaluation design integrates evaluation theories, approaches, and methods to achieve a set of intended purposes in a specific context. An evaluation design encompasses more than research design. It also includes:

    • the use of evaluation as a direct means of creating change, for example by working with stakeholders in ways that promote equity and empower communities;
    • strategies for understanding, working with, and building consensus among stakeholders;
    • the thoughtful combination of quantitative and qualitative methods;
    • the application of evaluation for formative, summative, and developmental purposes;
    • and the development of evaluative criteria that establish what matters, to whom, and why.

    Evaluation design is dynamic, changing as programs develop and real-world challenges emerge. Given this complexity, what constitutes an exemplary evaluation design? Does flexibility and responsiveness come at the expense of quality, credibility, or usefulness? Can we learn to design evaluations that are faster, cheaper, and better? How do we balance the competing interests of stakeholders?

    Information Design: Evaluators must communicate to diverse audiences about the complexities of programs and their impacts. They strive to be accurate, compelling, and clear. At the same time, they are constrained by the time, attention, and training of audiences. To be successful, evaluators must develop strong information design skills, such as:

    • data visualization techniques that transform mind-boggling complexity into clear, meaningful images;
    • real-time data displays that help managers make decisions better and more quickly;
    • storytelling that speaks to the part of our brains hardwired by evolution to learn from narrative;
    • and multi-faceted communication strategies that leverage social psychology and social media to promote appropriate and timely use.

    Information design plays a central role in evaluation. But what is good information design? How should it be taught and learned? Can we be persuasive and accurate at the same time? Have evaluation reports become obsolete? What roles can online and interactive technologies play?

    In 2016, professiona

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  1. 28 Responses to “M&E Conferences”

  2. Monitoring and Evaluation is the key for change and development. The presence of a project or a program without monitoring and evaluation is not fruit full and cannot effectively and efficiently utilize the available resources for the project or program implementation or delivery. So, the development efforts on monitoring and evaluation is very crucial and important as it gives ways, mechanisms or systems in which the objective projects or programs. I am happy to be part of this association. I would like to thank the organizers for providing this learning and information sharing opportunity on monitoring and evaluation.

    By Amare Getachew on Jun 22, 2015

  3. Who are eligible to attend the Swiss Evaluation Society (SEVAL) and Geneva Evaluation Network (GEN) conference

    By Paul kipsang Towett on Jul 10, 2015

  4. I suspect it is anyone who pays the conference fee :-) But check their website… there must be one

    By rick davies on Aug 12, 2015

  5. How much is the conference fee per participant? Is it possible for you to send an invitation letter for two?

    By Abigail Bwanga on Aug 17, 2015

  6. If Africa is to really change in how it is being governed, independent monitoring and evaluation has to be made its integral companion.

    By Paul on Sep 19, 2015

  7. I wish to attend a knowledge sharing workshop on M&E of projects in the Asian region, to get improved my career. can you help me please.?

    Kandawela
    M&E officer
    SPEnDP
    Srilanka

    By K A P Kandawela on Oct 10, 2015

  8. I want to attend the monitoring & evalaution workshops, would you please help me how to apply & the procedures?

    Mulat Tilahun
    M&E Officer
    Ethiopia

    By Mulat Tilahun on Apr 14, 2016

  9. I am requesting for more details on participation.I come from Kenya and I am m&E PRACTITIONER

    By Brian on Jun 14, 2016

  10. I am an M & E officer for a project in Africa dealing with conflict resolution. I am highly motivated on M & E issues and like to have an opportunity of sharing which I hope you can help me out. I will like to appreciate your work in supporting such initiatives.

    Alhaji Sali Usmanu

    By Sali Usmanu on Jun 29, 2016

  11. I am M&E officer working in humanitarian organisation and I wish to attend this knowledge sharing conference on M&E. can you help me how to apply or proceed please.?
    Mulat

    By Mulat Tilahun on Jul 20, 2016

  12. Hello,
    I am a M&E student working on obtaining my Diploma from the Liberian Institute of Public Administration (LIPA). I have great interest in the course and wish to advance in any ways. Attending this knowledge sharing conference will impact me greatly.

    By Joseph D. Stewart, Sr. on Jul 29, 2016

  13. Hello, Everyone!
    I am looking to embark on an academic research on ‘Mainstreaming Monitoring and Evaluation System in Public Institutions for Effective Peacebuilding and Development Projects Implementation.
    Kindly assist me with materials by giving me links and sending me what you have.

    By Egwuatu on Aug 7, 2016

  14. I work on M&E at the Ministry of Communications in Egypt. I work on Project with UNDP. I =attended an Advanced Monitoring and Evaluation course by INTRAC in Oxford, UK in year 2010 which has benefited me a lot. I am eager to get a training on Impact Studies. Kindly respond. Thanks.

    By Noha Gaballah on Aug 21, 2016

  15. I am working as Impact Measurement Manager at an NGO called Teach For Lebanon. I would like to improve my skills and knowledge by attending workshops and conferences related to M&E. Please advise!

    By Diana Maddah on Oct 11, 2016

  16. Dear Conference organizers

    Kindly send me an invitation to attend this very important conference for this year 24- 29 October 2016.

    i need this invitation urgently in order for permission and funds to be released as soon as possible

    Thank you

    By Okello Patrick Ajalimo on Oct 12, 2016

  17. Am working as monitoring and Evaluation officer in an NGO specifically concerned with HIV prevention, i would like to attend the conference to attain more experience in using the latest approaches in my daily M&E practices.

    By Kiriko Abdallah on Jan 1, 2017

  18. Hello. Am an M&E Director for an International NGO. I request for information on how to attend the conference.

    By Mbaziira Hassan on Jan 3, 2017

  19. Hi, am interested to attend the above M*E training/workshops/symposium. what are the criteria for attending them.These will help me build more for my organization.

    Could you please share with me some links and information on developing M&E strategy for organizations,M&E plan and Frameworks
    waiting for response
    +256706434381
    Solomon Lukyamuzi
    M&E Officer
    DSW Uganda

    By Lukyamuzi Solomon on Jan 24, 2017

  20. I like to have an opportunity of sharing which I hope you can help me out. I will like to appreciate your work in supporting such initiatives.

    By Sungtae Kim on Feb 13, 2017

  21. Hi, kindly provide me with information on a one week training in M&E, data analysis, SPSS and the like in Mumbai india in March 2017

    By Sheku Sesay on Feb 28, 2017

  22. Good day,am a non-member of CREA but am interested in attending the forthcoming 2017 4th conference at Chicago in September.

    I am interested in coming for the conference and needs an invite from CREA to my workplace to be able to attend.

    My organisation’s name is University of Ibadan and the mailing address is

    NO 7 Parry Road
    Centre for Petroleum Energy Economics and Law
    University of Ibadan
    Nigeria
    West Africa

    By Aiyegboyin Adebimpe Abisola on Mar 1, 2017

  23. Grateful if you can provide me with detail information about the M&E conference such as; what is required to attend, eligibility, payment etc.

    By Yvonne Heroe on Apr 3, 2017

  24. Please contact the organizers of the conferences listed here, via the link provided within the post

    By rick davies on Apr 9, 2017

  25. Dear Rick,

    I was working for ActionAid the Gambia as M&E Officer. I even worked with in development Area2. I want to ask if I want to become a member of the M&E Network, what do I do.

    Thank you

    Momodou A. Jallow

    By Momodou A. Jallow on Apr 12, 2017

  26. Go to
    https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/MandENEWS/info
    and sign up there

    regards, rick

    By rick davies on Apr 27, 2017

  27. This year Ministry of Economic Development and Polish Agency for Enterprise Development hosts 12th International Evaluation Conference “Evaluation that matters. Ways to improve public policies.” The event will take place in Wroc?aw 21st – 22nd June in Mercure Hotel at plac Dominika?ski 1. The aim of the conference is to present the results of public policies in the European Union. The evidence provided by the evaluation study not only illustrates the results of the actions taken, but also explains the socio-economic mechanisms, opportunities and barriers of the countries concerned.

    The conference is a forum for increasing knowledge and skills, exchanging experience and research results. Thanks to this event, specialists involved in the evaluation process at various stages have a great opportunity to meet, develop contacts and understand different points of view. We are confident that this will have a significant impact on the preparation of high-quality evaluation research. By enhancing the quality of research and releasing the potential of institutions involved in the evaluation process, we contribute to a better policy.

    The conference is organised by the Ministry of Economic Development and Polish Agency for Enterprise Development.

    The conference is a forum for increasing knowledge and skills, exchanging experience and research results. Thanks to this event, specialists involved in the evaluation process at various stages have a great opportunity to meet, develop contacts and understand different points of view. We are confident that this will have a significant impact on the preparation of high-quality evaluation research. By enhancing the quality of research and releasing the potential of institutions involved in the evaluation process, we contribute to a better policy.

    The history of our conference dates back to 2005 when we organized the first edition of the event. Since then, our mission has remained the same and for the past twelve years we have been developing evidence, skills and knowledge across Europe so that we can obtain the best possible results of our work. “Results” is the keyword of our conference. The objective of the 12th conference is to present outcomes of public policies based on evidence from evaluation. Evidence delivered by the evaluation process not only present outcomes of taken up actions but also explain mechanisms, opportunities and barriers of particular economies. The second goal of this year’s event is to point out to fields which might present challenges for evaluation units in the near future. New technologies, developing and demanding both fields and methods and institutional determinants that influence final results importantly will constitute the second pillar of the event.

    During this year’s event we will focus on broadly defined systems of evaluation encompassing both evaluation culture and evaluation methodology. Participants will be able to learn from four different panels: (1) Causal effects in evaluation, (2) Evaluation culture across the world, (3) Evaluation of development programmes, and (4) Application of serious games in evaluation. We will also discuss outcomes of policies implemented within European Union during the last couple of years, stressing especially those that reflect results of cohesion policy.

    By Kamila on May 22, 2017

  28. I am an Assistant Director M&E at Ministry of Economic Planning & Budget, in Ondo State, Nigeria.

    I am interested to attend the conference, can i get detailed information on how to apply?

    Thanks

    By Fakuade Temitope Adeola on Jun 2, 2017

  29. Please contact the conference organisers directly, via the link on this posting

    By rick davies on Jun 9, 2017

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