Book Launch for Evaluation in Fragility, Conflict and Violence

News Date: 

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

The International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAs) released a book on Evaluation in the Contexts of Fragility, Conflict and Violence which provides guidance from global evaluation practitioners from various organizations and regions. The book shows a diverse set of perspectives and experiences on sensitive issues when measuring change in unpredictable, complex, and violent situations. There are two book launches planned:

Launch Event 1:  Tuesday, June 29th 17.00-18.30 ICT  (12.00-13.30 CEST) 

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Comments: Andrea Cook, Director Evaluation, WFP  

Comments: Kabir Hashim, MP, Sri Lanka 

Panelists: Hur Hassnain (IDEAS), Simona Somma (IFAD), Inga-lill Aronsson (Uppsala University, IDEAS), Rhiannon McHugh (FCDO), Melinda Sutherland (ADB) 

Launch Event 2:  Thursday, July 8th 10.00-11.30 EDT  (16.00-17.30 CEST) 

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Comments: Fabrizio Felloni, Dep Director, IOE, IFAD  

Comments: Gonzalo Hernández Licona, CONEVAL, TBC 

Panelists: Lauren Kelly (IEG WB), Hur Hassnain (IDEAS) Keiko Kuji-Shikatani (CES), Marco Lorenzoni (ESS/INTPA) 

Interested in obtaining a copy of the book? A printed copy of the book is available here or you may download a PDF version here.

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