Technologies for Evaluating and Monitoring in Insecure Environments
Organized byEvaluation Support Service (ESS)
A traditional approach to evaluation in hard-to-reach areas and fragile and conflict affected states is destined to fail. This webinar presents possibilities offered by innovative methods and discusses paradigms that are often overlooked, including the importance of considering conflict sensitivity when evaluating in fragile and conflict affected states and the impact of these techniques on the ethical standards of the evaluation profession. This event is one of a series. It will be webcast at https://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/infopoint_en
Speaker, Presenter, or Instructor
Ms. Julia Steets
Global Public Policy Institute
Julia’s work focuses on international development, humanitarian assistance, public-private partnerships, monitoring and evaluation. She is member of the board of the International Humanitarian Studies Association and member of the editorial board of Routledge’s humanitarian studies series.
Ms. Daniela Ulicna
Daniela is interested in innovative data collection techniques striving for stronger robustness, deeper insights into “why” a policy or programme works and making sure the findings reflect the situations of a variety of beneficiaries. Her main areas of expertise are social policies and programmes.
About Evaluation Support Service (ESS)
ESS provides external technical assistance to the Evaluation and Results Unit, European Commission's Directorate-General for Development and Cooperation. Our aim is to strengthen evaluation knowledge and capacity across the DG and in European delegations around the world.