The IPDET Mini-Series consist of seven 90 minutes online events that are free of charge. They are designed for IPDET Alumni as well as IPDET newcomers and interested individuals in the field. Especially decision makers might want to participate in some events to get insights on the role of evaluation in times like these.
Participants are highly encouraged to contribute to the moderated discussions.
Please make sure that you can use Zoom on your electronical device to join the session(s).
The formal start of the IPDET 2020 online program! Get an overview on the innovative program, don`t miss the talk by Alison Evans (Director General Evaluation of the World Bank Group) on how the World Bank acts in these challenging times, and hear about IPDET`s Evaluation Capacity Development Approach - IPDET is more than just a training? Yes!
What are the key questions for transformative evaluation that lead the way ahead in the changed reality of COVID-19? And what are innovative approaches that serve organizations and governments to unfold their performance? The three winner teams from the Evaluation Hackathon organized by IPDET and EvalYouth present and discuss their innovative solutions to evaluation challenges of our time.
About to be launched - the new initiative under IEG´s lead fosters synergies and creates new energies in the field of evaluation. Get to know the purpose, strategy and activities first hand in this mini-series talk and contribute shaping the initiative with your valuable feedback.
The “Evaluation Globe” Project is an in-depth investigation into the institutionalization of evaluation in countries around the globe. In this session, the results for Europe and the Americas will be presented. Based on these insights, the question arises, if evaluation has failed in a crisis like COVID-19, although the degree of institutionalization of evaluation has raised in the past years.
How do decision-makers get the information on what works or not? How to use evaluation for their decision-making? How to be better prepared in times of a crisis? These and further key questions will guide a vibrant discussion on the role and use of evaluation in the current time.
More than 4000 professionals with diverse backgrounds from all around the world have enhanced their evaluation capacities and enlarged their network through IPDET. In this Mini Series, the stage belongs to 2 alumni who share how they could apply their acquired knowledge in their practical work, what are remaining or new challenges (also in the light of COVID-19), and how they cope.
Ready to take off? Join us for this entertaining galactical journey through the IPDET universe - discovering the new space of learning and networking that has opened up in the virtual IPDET program this year and putting a spotlight on each single person that has been with us in the past weeks! Then we will fix our eyes on the next horizon and move onwards - be curious what to expect for next year's program!