Conference Agenda

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Session Overview
Date: Monday, 06/June/2022
8:00am
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9:00am
BREAKFAST 1: -
Location: Common Areas
9:00am
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10:30am
PDW-1005-AM: How To Address Environmental Sustainability In Your Evaluations
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PDW-1046-AM: Concepts, Design Strategies, and Methods for Evaluating Advocacy and Policy Change Initiatives
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1134-AM: Monitoring AS Evaluation – Real Time Approaches for Real Challenges
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1061-AM: Blue Marble Evaluation
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1098-AM: Between X and Y: Analyzing Causal Mechanisms in Evaluation
Location: Room Dansetten
PDW-1105-AM: Hands-on Introduction To Outcome Harvesting
Location: Room -- Karavanen 9+10
PDW-1038-AM: Complexity-Informed Evaluation – An Exploration in Understanding Pattern, Predictability, and How Change Happens
Location: Room Galoppen 8
10:30am
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11:00am
BREAK 1: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
11:00am
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12:00pm
PDW-1005-AM2: How To Address Environmental Sustainability In Your Evaluations
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PDW-1046-AM2: Concepts, Design Strategies, and Methods for Evaluating Advocacy and Policy Change Initiatives
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1134-AM2: Monitoring AS Evaluation – Real Time Approaches for Real Challenges
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1061-AM2: Blue Marble Evaluation
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1098-AM2: Between X and Y: Analyzing Causal Mechanisms in Evaluation
Location: Room Dansetten
PDW-1105-AM2: Hands-on Introduction To Outcome Harvesting
Location: Room -- Karavanen 9+10
PDW-1138-AM2: Complexity-Informed Evaluation – An Exploration in Understanding Pattern, Predictability, and How Change Happens
Location: Room Galoppen 8
12:00pm
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1:00pm
LUNCH 1: PDW DAY 1
Location: Tivoli Brasserie
1:00pm
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3:00pm
PDW-1005-PM: How To Address Environmental Sustainability In Your Evaluations
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PWD-1046-PM: Concepts, Design Strategies, and Methods for Evaluating Advocacy and Policy Change Initiatives
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1034-PM: Monitoring AS Evaluation – Real Time Approaches for Real Challenges
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1061-PM: Blue Marble Evaluation
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1098-PM: Between X and Y: Analyzing Causal Mechanisms in Evaluation
Location: Room Dansetten
PDW-1105-PM: Hands-on Introduction To Outcome Harvesting
Location: Room -- Karavanen 9+10
PDW-1038-PM: Complexity-Informed Evaluation – An Exploration in Understanding Pattern, Predictability, and How Change Happens
Location: Room Galoppen 8
3:00pm
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3:30pm
BREAK 2: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
3:30pm
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5:30pm
PDW-1005-Late: How To Address Environmental Sustainability In Your Evaluations
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PWD-1046-Late: Concepts, Design Strategies, and Methods for Evaluating Advocacy and Policy Change Initiatives
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1034-Late: Monitoring AS Evaluation – Real Time Approaches for Real Challenges
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1061-Late: Blue Marble Evaluation
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1098-Late: Between X and Y: Analyzing Causal Mechanisms in Evaluation
Location: Room Dansetten
PDW-1105-Late: Hands-on Introduction To Outcome Harvesting
Location: Room -- Karavanen 9+10
PWD-1038-Late: Complexity-Informed Evaluation – An Exploration in Understanding Pattern, Predictability, and How Change Happens
Location: Room Galoppen 8
Date: Tuesday, 07/June/2022
8:00am
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9:00am
BREAKFAST 2: --
Location: Common Areas
9:00am
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10:30am
PDW-1006-AM: Evaluability Assessment For Transformative Evaluation Practice
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PDW-1135-AM: Introduction to Communities of Practice (CoP): Considerations for Evaluators, Evaluation, and Transformative Learning
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1111-AM: Equitable Data Storytelling
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1107-AM: Career Development Training For Young and Emerging Evaluators
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1137-AM: Community-led Monitoring and Evaluation: Principles and Tools
Location: Room Dansetten
PWD-1045-AM: How to Manage Conflict in Evaluation: How to Make Evaluations as Useful as Possible While Respecting Evaluation Integrity
Location: Room Galoppen 8
PDW-1173-AM: How to Enhance the Learning Function of Evaluation: Principles and Strategies
Location: Room Arkaden 7
10:30am
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11:00am
BREAK 3: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
11:00am
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12:00pm
PDW-1006-AM2: Evaluability Assessment For Transformative Evaluation Practice
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PDW-1135-AM2: Introduction to Communities of Practice (CoP): Considerations for Evaluators, Evaluation, and Transformative Learning
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1111-AM2: Equitable Data Storytelling
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1107-AM2: Career Development Training For Young and Emerging Evaluators
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1137-AM2: Community-led Monitoring and Evaluation: Principles and Tools
Location: Room Dansetten
PDW-1045-AM2: How to Manage Conflict in Evaluation: How to Make Evaluations as Useful as Possible While Respecting Evaluation Integrity
Location: Room Galoppen 8
PDW-1173-AM2: How to Enhance the Learning Function of Evaluation: Principles and Strategies
Location: Room Arkaden 7
12:00pm
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1:00pm
LUNCH 2: PDW DAY 2
Location: Tivoli Brasserie
1:00pm
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3:00pm
PDW-1106-PM: Evaluability Assessment For Transformative Evaluation Practice
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PDW-1135-PM: Introduction to Communities of Practice (CoP): Considerations for Evaluators, Evaluation, and Transformative Learning
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1111-PM: Equitable Data Storytelling
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1107-PM: Career Development Training For Young and Emerging Evaluators
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1137-PM: Community-led Monitoring and Evaluation: Principles and Tools
Location: Room Dansetten
PWD-1045-PM: How to Manage Conflict in Evaluation: How to Make Evaluations as Useful as Possible While Respecting Evaluation Integrity
Location: Room Galoppen 8
PDW-1173-PM: How to Enhance the Learning Function of Evaluation: Principles and Strategies
Location: Room Arkaden 7
3:00pm
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3:30pm
BREAK 4: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
3:30pm
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5:30pm
PDW-1106-Late: Evaluability Assessment For Transformative Evaluation Practice
Location: Room Galoppen 9+10
PDW-1135-Late: Introduction to Communities of Practice (CoP): Considerations for Evaluators, Evaluation, and Transformative Learning
Location: Room Arkaden 2+3
PDW-1111-Late: Equitable Data Storytelling
Location: Room Arkaden 4+5
PDW-1107-Late: Career Development Training For Young and Emerging Evaluators
Location: Room Glassalen
PDW-1137-Late: Community-led Monitoring and Evaluation: Principles and Tools
Location: Room Dansetten
PDW-1045-Late: How to Manage Conflict in Evaluation: How to Make Evaluations as Useful as Possible While Respecting Evaluation Integrity
Location: Room Galoppen 8
PDW-1173-Late: How to Enhance the Learning Function of Evaluation: Principles and Strategies
Location: Room Arkaden 7
Date: Wednesday, 08/June/2022
8:30am
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8:45am
EES 2022: Welcome and opening of the Conference
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
Chair: Dr. Tom Ling, RAND Europe
8:45am
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8:55am
Award: Best diploma
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
9:00am
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10:30am
ID 738: Rubrics As Tools To Drive Systemwide Change: How To Design An Evaluation And Learning System That Measures What Matters For Equity And Sustainability.
Location: Room - Pjerrot
Chair: Dr. Thomaz Kauark Chianca, COMEA Relevant Evaluations
ID 687: Results and Evaluation Systems in Large International Organizations: Tradeoffs between Continuity and Renewal
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Chair: Dr. Rasmus Heltberg, IEG, World Bank
ID 442, 599, 764, 945: Evaluation for transformation and planetary health (Multiple Papers Session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Chair: Scott Chaplowe, Mr
ID 667,1090, 1154, Diploma: Young Evaluators and Diploma winner (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Chair: Mariana Branco, The World Bank Independent Evaluation Group (IEG)
ID998: Priorities and Strategies for Evaluation to Contribute to a Good Anthroprocene
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
ID 784: Harvesting And Repurposing Under-utilized Data For Development
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
Making Data Useful In Humanitarian Contexts
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
ID 205, 1003: Creativity from Constraints: Evaluating during the Pandemic and beyond (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
Chair: Keri Culver, EvalMundi LLC
Contributing to the New Normal in Evaluation: Case Studies and Lesson from pivoting in the face of a Global Crisis
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Chair: Dr. Uyen Kim Huynh, UNICEF
ID 149, 180, 446, 540: Evaluation - multiple perspectives, roles and inclusivity (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Chair: Rebecca Adler, L T S International
ID 827: MEL4SD: Integrating Climate In MEL For Sustainable Development
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
ID 811: Assessing Resilience and Sustainability in Development Interventions
Location: Room - Karavanen 4
Evaluating COVID-19 Crisis Response in Real Time: Lessons Learned
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Chair: Emmanuel Pondard, European Investment Bank
Shifting Ground: Psychological Safety as a Systemically Desirable Way to Evaluate the Development of Resilient Inclusive and Equitable Communities
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
Scientist, Moderator, Pragmatist or Activist: What Kind of Evaluator Are You?
Location: Room - Karavanen 1
Evaluating Democracy Support in Development Cooperation
Location: Room - Karavanen 2
Chair: Prof. Jörg Faust, DEval
Chair: Dr. Jan Pettersson, The Expert Group for Aid Studies
10:35am
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10:55am
001: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
11:00am
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12:30pm
What Would It Take To Address Environmental Sustainability In Your Evaluations?
Location: Room - Pjerrot
ID 943: Encouraging Reflection And Evidence-use In Development Organisations: Learning From New Practices Applied In Impact Evaluation To Identify Evidence Priorities
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
ID 443, 472, 700, 806: Better systems and systems thinking in evaluation (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Chair: Prof. Ian Goldman, CLEAR-AA
ID 878: Transforming Evaluation to Reaffirm Social and Environmental justice, Democracy and Human Rights
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
ID 834: Evaluation challenges and Global Approaches Towards Impact Investing
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Evaluating Transformational Change Outcomes of Climate Finance
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
Using Teaching Cases to Surface and Address Broader Questions about the Role and Responsibility of Evaluators
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Changing Bureaucracies in Changing Times: Implications for Evaluation
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
Harvesting Evidence From Behavioural Sciences To Improve Evaluations
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
ID 522, 891, 959, 1139: Ethics values and social justice (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Chair: Joan O'Donnell, Maynooth University
Revised OECD/DAC Criteria: an Imperative Towards More Gender Responsive and Equity-Focused Evaluations.
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
ID 699: Pluralist Approaches To Evaluations In Complex Settings: Experiences Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases In Small Island Developing States.
Location: Room - Karavanen 4
ID 680: Contribution Tracing For Organisational-wide Planning, Improved Collaboration And Evaluative Thinking
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
ID 846: In Search of Equity: Two Tools for Centering Community Voice in Evaluative Practice
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
ID 794, 813, 876: Evaluation systems approaches and practices (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 1
Chair: Paul Saitoti Letoya, Oxfam GB
ID 870: Campaigners to Evaluators: Evaluative Thinking and Measuring the Impact of Advocacy Efforts
Location: Room - Karavanen 2
12:35pm
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1:35pm
ID 153: Evaluating Sustainable Development - Summarizing the discussions
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
ID 732: The Reflective Evaluation Practitioner
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
ID 889: Evidence Use in Policy and Practice – Lessons from Africa
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
ID 665: Evaluability Assessment: Improving Evaluation Quality And Use Across Disciplines
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
ID 819: Evaluating Integration of Social, Economic and Environmental objectives, and Policy Coherence: Lessons from Global and National Evaluations
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Working Ourselves Out of a Job: COVID and Evaluation Capacity
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
00A: LUNCH - LUNCH SESSIONS
Location: Common Areas
Mainstreaming Systems-based Approaches in Evaluation: What is our Role as Evaluators?
Location: Room - Karavanen 2
1:40pm
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3:10pm
ID 448: A Systems Perspective: Different Lens for Better Measurements (and Outcomes)
Location: Room - Pjerrot
Building Evaluation Systems to Transform Development Outcomes – Learning from Experiences of the UN Evaluation Group 
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
ID783: Towards Sustainable Futures - a Role for Evaluation?
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Chair: Alison Pollard, OECD
Evaluators As Knowledge Brokers: Lessons From African Countries
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
EES thanks Elsevier publishing for their sponsorship of this session
ID 963: The International Evaluation Academy (IEAc): update on the journey
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
ID 745: Method Integration in Complex Evaluations
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
From What Works? to What Will Work?
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID 849: Shifting Mindsets For System Change: The Challenges Of The Third Sector In Measuring Impact
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Using Complexity Science and Program Theory - A Transformative and Practical Evaluation Toolkit That Operationalizes Project Complexity to Support Nimble and Responsive Programming
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
ID 801, 808, 809: Evaluation and Education systems (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
Chair: Prof. Mita Marra, University of Naples "Federico II", Italy
ID 104, 232, 704, 758: Applying methods and tools (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 4
Chair: Dr. Louise Clark, Institute of Development Studies
ID 519, 831, 1039, 1151: Evaluation of Health Initiatives (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Chair: Sarah Fredsted Villadsen, University of Copenhagen
Combining contribution analysis and OECD/DAC criteria – Lessons Learnt from GIZ Central Project Evaluations
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
ID 295,585, 661, 851: Challenges to measurement and applying methods (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 1
Chair: Dr. Matthew McConnachie, LTS UK (part of NIRAS group)
   
3:10pm
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3:30pm
002: COFFEE BREAK - POSTER SESSION
Location: Common Areas
3:30pm
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4:10pm
Keynote Presentation: Keynote by Hans Bruyninckx, Executive Director, European Environment Agency
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
4:15pm
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5:45pm
ID 465: Sharing International Country Experiences in terms of Promoting the Institutionalisation Quality and Use of Policy Evaluation
Location: Room - Pjerrot
Digital Transformation and Big Data in Agriculture: Evaluation with and of, Lessons Learnt
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Evaluation In Turbulent Times: Navigating The Evolving Big Data Ecosystem
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
ID 944: Transformational Climate Action
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Chair(s): Michael Ward Climate Investment Funds, South Africa), Tim Larson (Ross Strategic) Discussant(s): Andreas Reumann (Green Climate Fund), Jessica Kyle (ICF), Neha Sharma (Climate Investment Funds)
ID 183, 252, 263: Techniques and approaches- collecting and processing data (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Chair: Prof. Mita Marra, University of Naples "Federico II", Italy
Building the Future of Democratic Accountability Across Europe: Civic Engagement, Evaluation, and Open Administrative Data in At the School of OpenCohesion
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
EES thanks OpenCohesione for their sponsorship of this session.
ID546: Evaluating the Additionality of Multilateral Development Banks: stocktaking of different approaches and methodological challenges
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Learning From The Future(s): Expanding Evaluators' Foresight Competency
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID 290: Using Rigorous Impact Evaluation Strategically
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Chair: Michael Florian, SoCha
ID507: Building Bodies of Impact Evaluation Evidence in the Humanitarian Sector
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
What we learnt from the 2020´s Eval4Action Consultations? A Cross regional dialogue to generate an influential Evaluation towards 2030.
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
ID 754: Can The Evaluation Of Development Cooperation On Climate Change Change The Way We Evaluate?
Location: Room - Karavanen 4
ID 789: How We Model Matters — Capturing Complexity In Program Theories
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Diversifying Evaluation Of Nutrition Sensitive Social Protection: Alternative To RCT For Cash Based Transfer Uganda’s Child Sensitive Social Protection Programme
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
ID 421, 693, 774, 938: Evaluation of development investment initiatives (Multiple paper session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 1
Chair: Dr. José Carbajo, EES Lead, Private Sector Evaluation Thematic Group
Evaluation Systems In Development Cooperation, Experiences And Current Challenges
Location: Room - Karavanen 2
7:00pm
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9:30pm
100: Welcome Cocktail
Location: Copenhagen City Hall
Date: Thursday, 09/June/2022
8:30am
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10:00am
Evaluating in and on Conflict: Methodological Innovations for Rigorous Impact Evaluation of Peacebuilding Programming
Location: Room - Pjerrot
A Research Agenda for Evaluation
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Breaking With Path Dependencies Thoughtfully – The New Evaluation Criteria In Practice
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
ID 401, 867, 913, 1165: New Approaches to Monitoring and Evaluation (Multiple Papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Chair: Eleanor Louise Kathryn Hazell, JET Education Services/University of Johannesburg
Professionalization - Where Do We Go From Here?
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Tackling The Wicked Problem Of Climate Change Mitigation: How Can Evaluators Help Funders And Programme Staff Learn Quickly Enough?
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
The Missing Piece: Building Guidance for Analyzing Outcome Harvesting Data Practically and Presenting Findings in Visually Compelling Ways
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Mainstreaming the Environment into Evaluations: Perspectives from the UN
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID1001: Text and Speech Analytics Tools: Exploring Opportunities for Evaluators to Transform Evaluation Systems and Practice Through Practical Use
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
ID 722: Applying Developmental Evaluation Approaches In UN Agency Evaluations - Challenges And Opportunities
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
ID 1156: Complexity Informed Evaluation of Public Health Interventions
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
Have we Lost Something Along the Way? Reinstating the Importance of the Mutual Accountability Promise in International Aid
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
ID 719: Exploring And Evaluating Existential Risks: Process And Outcomes Of An International Participatory Exercise Examining Alternative Biotechnology Futures.
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
ID 495: Agile Evaluation: Can we Make Evaluation More Adaptive and Useful in a Changing Context?
Location: Room - Karavanen 4
A Tool For Assessing The Strength Of Social Movements
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Being Evaluation Practitioners In A Volatile And Uncertain World: What Do We Do When We Do What We Do?
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
10:00am
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10:20am
003: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
10:20am
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11:00am
Keynote: Keynote Presentation by Dan Honig, Associate Professor of Public Policy at University College London's School of Public Policy/Department of Political Science.
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
11:05am
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12:35pm
ID 906: ALNAP: Should Evaluation Criteria Reflect Values Aligned with Social Justice and Equity? Can They Capture Transformative Change in Humanitarian Action? (ALNAP)
Location: Room - Pjerrot
ID 405, 804, 1041: Educational Evaluation (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Chair: Daniele Lamarque, EES
Roles And Strategies For Using Outcome Harvesting To Learn From And Inform Transformations
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Real-time Evaluative Approaches During COVID-19: Pivoting in the Face of a Global Emergency
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Optimizing Evaluation Quality: The Role Of External Quality Assurance
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Adapting to Adaptive Programming: MEL Tools and Tips for Adaptive Programmes in the Field of Democracy and Governance
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
ID 724: How to Harness Visualization to Maximize Participation and Learning From Evaluations
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
ID857: Using Process Evaluation to Strengthen Impact Evaluation
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID 993: Building Norm-based Evaluation Functions Across The UN System Using A Maturity Matrix Approach.
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
ID 695, 845, 977, 1161: Community and Participatory Approaches (Multiple paper session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Chair: Dr. Ananda S. Millard, EES
Climate Change Adaptation: From Evaluation to Action
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
ID 574, 859, 935: Monitoring and Evaluation systems (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Chair: Marco Lorenzoni, Bridges Consulting
ID 777: Negotiating the Complexities of Process Evaluations with Participatory Adaptive Modeling and Diagnostic Evaluation
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
ID 759, 800, 812, 909: Methods, models and tools (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 4
Chair: Dr. Lisa Popelier, Flemish Government
Value for whom?
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Dynamic Evaluation for Scaling Impact: An Emerging Perspective
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
12:40pm
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1:40pm
ID897: Utilization-Focused Evaluation new 5th edition
Location: Room - Pjerrot
ID 874: From Neutral Observers to Advocates, Truth Speakers, and Agents Provocateurs: What Role Should Evaluators Play? Reflections Around Evaluation Policies
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
ID 786: "Evaluation Of Investments In Research And Technological Development (RTD) Infrastructures And Activities Supported By The European Regional Development Funds (ERDF) In The Period 2007-2013"
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
ID 379: SDGs and private capital
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
Evaluating How Organizations Work Together: Collaboration, Partnership, and Convening
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
ID 1171: Evaluation in Humanitarian and Fragile Contexts: Key conversations from EES to take forward
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Ethics Express: Key Tips to Promote Ethics in your Evaluations
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
Subject-Matter Experts as Evaluators: Tackling the Main Challenges of our Time
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
00B: LUNCH - LUNCH SESSIONS
Location: Common Areas
             
1:45pm
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3:15pm
ID 304: How Many Evaluators Does It Take To Turn On A Light Bulb? Why Development Stakeholders Should Get Switched On To The Idea Of MEL Specialists As Knowledge Brokers And What We Can Do To Promote This Change
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Theory-based evaluations of Inclusive Business Programmes
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
ID 1170: Strengthening VOPEs' capacities in Europe: A practical approach for streamlining the evaluation of Key Horizontal Principles (KHP)
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Methodological Shift In Outcome Harvesting: Adapting The Tool, Applying The Principles
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
ID 460, 1062: Evaluator networks and and professional development (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Chair: Alena Lappo, EES, EvalYouth Europe and P2p+ Ethics
ID 863, 894, 926, 952: Methodological approaches (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
Chair: Barbara Schmidt-Abbey, Open University (UK)
ID 340, 775, 916, 1048: Methodological approaches and tools (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Chair: Taruna Gupta, Independent
ID 947: Reframing Impact Evaluation As A Path To Social Justice: Experiences From A Pilot In Bangladesh, The Philippines And The Horn, Central And East Africa Region
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Nordic Panel: Flagship Plenary Panel - Nordic Evaluation
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
Using Actor-Based Change Frameworks and Behaviour Change Theory in Rapid Evaluation
Location: Room Karavanen 11
           
3:20pm
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3:40pm
004: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
3:45pm
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5:15pm
‘How To Evaluate War: Reality And Future Of Ukrainian M&E’. Special Session Organised By The Ukrainian Evaluation Association
Location: Room - Pjerrot
External Support to Different European Commission Services: Some Common Reflections
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Shifting The Ways In Which Research Is Evaluated
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
ID 299, 828, 840, 873: Values and Evaluation (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Chair: Daniele Lamarque, EES
ID 839: Celebrating A Decade Of EvalPartners: Co-drafting of EvalAgenda 2030
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Transformative MEL in practice: TBI Africa Advisory’s bespoke change-driven MEL system
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
ID1157: How Can Evaluation Make the Most of Methods and Data to Inform Transformation? The Evolution of Methods Used in EU Policy Making
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID 246, 358,725,975: Analysis and Analytics in Evaluation (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Chair: Dr. Oto Potluka, University of Basel
ID 678, 788,917, 990: Maps, models and pathways in methodology (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Chair: Karin Kohlweg, EES
ID 905: Dealing With Complex Challenges Across The Evaluation Cycle. New Ideas, Examples and Innovations.
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
ID 879: Theory-Based Impact Evaluation—Combining Experimental Design with Theory-Based Evaluation
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Substantiation In Outcome Harvesting: An Exploration Of Its Strengths And Challenges
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
ID 717: How to Co-Design and Implement Four Critical Components of a Participatory Learning System
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Tools to Build Consideration of Environmental Sustainability Into All Evaluations
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
ID 753: Developing Complexity-Informed Initial Program Theories: Two Additions to the Evaluation Toolbox
Location: Room Karavanen 11
 
5:20pm
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6:50pm
ID833: When Evidence Does Not Matter: Implications for Evaluation
Location: Room - Pjerrot
ID 713, 792, 817,887: Evaluation in the EU plus country case (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Chair: Dr. Oto Potluka, EES
ID 313: Responsibility >= Causation?
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Giving Communities A Voice Through Outcome Harvesting: The Role And Responsibility Of Evaluators To Include Less Powerful Voices.
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
ID 752: Capabilities And Competencies For The Evaluation Profession: Tales From Two VOPEs
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
Transformational Change: Applying Human Rights-Based, Gender-Sensitive and Feminist Evaluation Approaches
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
ID 657, 688, 795, 995: Transforming Evaluations by Combining Methods (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Chair: Taruna Gupta, Independent
ID 262, 376, 481, 866: Thinking creatively - new and revised approaches to old problems (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
Chair: Dr. Rasmus Heltberg, IEG, World Bank
ID 253, 274, 463, 549: Policy and practice: the role of evaluation and how to implement (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Chair: Mariana Branco, The World Bank Independent Evaluation Group (IEG)
ID 673, 744, 980, 1078: Decolonising Evaluation (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
Chair: Jon Kurtz, Mercy Corps
ID 968: Applying Mixed Media Analysis in Evaluation: A Demonstration of the uses of Talkwalker in Evaluation
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
ID 805, 1007,1138, 1152: Policy and political process (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Chair: Daniele Lamarque, EES
ID 181, 294, 300, 453: Improving efficiency and generating results - the role of evaluation and evaluation tools (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
Chair: Callum Murdoch, NIRAS-LTS International
Programme Theory Building and Refinement With a Set-Theoretic Approach: an Impact Evaluation of R&D Subsidies
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
ID 969: Impact Assessments Within the European Commission - Time for a New Approach?
Location: Room Karavanen 11
 
Date: Friday, 10/June/2022
8:30am
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10:00am
ID 967: Co-creating An Important Role For M&E In Transforming Our Future
Location: Room - Pjerrot
ID 880: The UNusual Suspects: From Youth to Parliamentarians To Transform Evaluation System
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Chair: Marco Segone, UNFPA
Getting to Better M&E Systems in Governments: Lessons from partners in the Global Evaluation Initiative on how to build better M&E systems.
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Demystifying Process Tracing and QCA for the non-experts
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
ID 573: Evaluation as a tool for Adaptive Learning in an uncertain world: experiences from EU Agencies’ Evaluation Practices
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
A Transformative Change in Development Evaluation: Opportunities and Challenges for Changing Practices, Mindsets and Values in International Organisations
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
Using Outcome Harvesting To Continuously Monitor Our Progress In Addressing The Complex Challenges We Face
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
ID 568: VNRs: An Awakening To Change Practices.
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
Shifting Evaluation Norms, Culture and Practices Across the Science-Policy Interface: Guiding Reflection and Action for Normalizing Reflexive Evaluation
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
ID 841: Learning From Evaluations In Fragile Conflict-Affected And Hard to Reach Areas
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
ID 720, 742,1000, 1010: Evaluation for planetary health (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
Chair: Dr. José Carbajo, EES Lead, Private Sector Evaluation Thematic Group
Lessons in Adopting and Adapting M&E for Digital Social and Behavior Change Communication (SBCC)
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
How to Bridge the Gap Between Evaluation and Learning: Practical Tools and Techniques
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
Is There a Need for Academic Training to Professionalize Evaluation?
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
Designing effective communication approaches in evaluations: A Foreign Ministry approach
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
 
10:00am
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10:20am
005: COFFEE BREAK - POSTER SESSION
Location: Common Areas
10:20am
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11:50am
ID 684: A New Interdisciplinarity in Evaluation
Location: Room - Pjerrot
ID 895: How Can Evaluation Address the Transformational Demands of Our Time
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Chair: Dr. Sanjeev Sridharan, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
From Principles to Practice: a round table discussion on Ethics
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Quality As Praxis: A Formative Meta-evaluation Tool To Inform Transformation
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Long- And Short-Term Dilemmas In Sustainability Evaluations
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
ID 696,715, 854: Methodologies in practice
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
Chair: Andrew Fyfe, UNCDF
Chair: Carlos Antonio Tarazona Cervantes, FAO
ID 686, 697, 860, 988: The role of evaluators and applying their role - A critical actor in the evaluation experience (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Chair: Weronika Felcis, Evalpartners
ID 190: Narrative Assessment. A New Way To Monitor, Evaluate, Learn And Communicate About Advocacy
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID 210, 335, 829, 962: Organising evaluation for learning and change (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Chair: Per Øyvind Bastøe, VID Specialized University
ID 712: Creating Document Models To Advance Data & Evidence Building Functions
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
ID 276: Applying a Progressive, Multi-Criteria Approach as a Tool for Monitoring, Evaluating and Learning of Local Governance and Community Development- Limitations and Advantages: Using Participatory Municipal Capacity Index (PMCI) in the USAID-Funded DOBRE Prog
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
ID 406, 815,1025, 1071: Evaluation systems and practices - models for collective problems (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Chair: Karin Kohlweg, EES
ID 861: Triangulating Different Global, Portfolio and Country level Evaluation Methodologies and Tools to Answer Questions within a Complex Evaluation on Global Undernutrition.
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
Illuminating The Global Practice Of Community-Led Development: Do We Practice What We Preach?
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
TWG 6: Thematic Working Group 6 MTG
Location: Room Karavanen 11
 
11:55am
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12:35pm
Plenary Keynote Presentation: Keynote Presentation: Estelle Raimondo, Senior Evaluator, World Bank Independent Evaluation Group and Peter Dahler-Larsen,Professor at the Department for Political Science at University of Copenhagen,
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
12:40pm
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1:40pm
ID748: Methodological Bricolage for Inclusive Rigor
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
ID 733: Experimental Impact Analysis for Program Improvement
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
ID 858: The Role of Monitoring and Evaluation in the UN2030 SDGs Agenda
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Making it Matter: Moving Beyond Pro-Forma International Development M&E.
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
The Stubborn Challenge of Evidence Uptake: Breaking Through Ongoing Stagnation
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
Evaluation As A Way Of Facilitating Transformation: The Example Of A Regional Gender & Sports Policy Evaluation
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Development Approaches: Lessons Learned on Delivering Third Party Monitoring and Evaluation Services to the FCDO ASCEND programme
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
00C: LUNCH - LUNCH SESSIONS
Location: Common Areas
ID1158: Innovations in Evaluation for Transformation - Whats New In The EES Thematic Working Groups
Location: Room Karavanen 11
             
1:45pm
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3:15pm
ID 882: Making evaluations Methods Innovative To Inform Transformation: Experience From UN Agencies
Location: Room - Pjerrot
Chair: Daniele Lamarque, EES
Chair: Marco Segone, UNFPA
Discussant: Andrea Cook, World Food Programme
Expanding The Learning Potential Of Evaluation: From ‘Lessons Learned’ To ‘learning Scenarios’
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
ID 862: Maximising the Potential of Secondary Data in Education Sector Evaluations in Context of COVID-19
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
ID 706, 818, 855, 973,: Theory and outcomes orientated evaluation (multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Chair: yulye jessica ROMO RAMOS, Nexus Evaluation LTD
ID 824: Towards More Transformational Evaluation Practice: Infusing Foresight Into Evaluation
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
ID 761: Getting Practical and Efficient with Machine Learning for Large Portfolio Monitoring and Evaluation: A Demonstration.
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
ID 822: Examining The Blueprint Of Realist Evaluation — What Are The Building Blocks Of Context-Mechanism-Outcome Configurations?
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Institutions and the Evidence Culture for Impact’
Location: Room - Arkaden 3
ID 231, 607, 956: Climate, sustainability and the SDGs (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
Chair: Alena Lappo, EES, EvalYouth Europe and P2p+ Ethics
Convening Global Perspectives on Gender, Relational and Intersectional Approaches in Evaluation.
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
ID612: Outcomes Classification Toolkit: Assessing Outcomes in a consistent manner across sectors and institutions, with an application to the World Bank Group
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
Role and Effectiveness of the Private Sector in Situations of Fragility, Conflict, and Violence – Challenges to Evaluation and Evaluators
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
ID493, 994, 946,1142: Community and participatory approaches (Multiple paper session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
Chair: Matodzi Amisi, CLEAR-AA
The Learning Power of Listening: The practicalities of using SenseMaker, a narrative monitoring and evaluation approach (incl. the launch of the SenseMaker Practitioner Guide).
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
The Different Roles of The Evaluator: Evaluator, Researcher, Friend or Independent, What Role Should We Play in This Transformative Time
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
ID 134, 438, 682, 885: Tools and techniques (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room Karavanen 11
Chair: Marco Lorenzoni, Bridges Consulting
3:20pm
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3:40pm
006: COFFEE BREAK
Location: Common Areas
3:45pm
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5:15pm
Evaluating Quality of Science and Research–Approaches and Methods to Inform Transformation and Manage Knowledge
Location: Room - Pjerrot
Improving and Transforming Evaluation Delivery And Uptake Through Effective Use of Quality Assessment Systems and Tools
Location: Room - Karavanen 9+10
Strateval, a Game to Collectively Design Your Evaluation Strategy
Location: Room - Karavanen 6
Stronger Together: Harnessing Collaboration And Adding Value Across Networks Of Young And Local Evaluators In EECA Region
Location: Room - Galoppen 10
Responsible Data Governance in Monitoring and Evaluation in the African Context
Location: Room - Galoppen 8
ID 211, 930, 970, 1037: Evaluation and social welfare systems (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Karavanen 8
Chair: May Pettigrew, EES
ID 798: Measuring Social Impact Using Geodata – Shifting the Toolbox Towards the Integration of Big Data in Geospatial Evaluations
Location: Room - Arkaden 2
Tackling Organisational Learning and Change through Crisis Program Evaluations
Location: Room - Arkaden 4
What is the Role of Ethics for Evaluators in a Transforming Field?
Location: Room - Arkaden 5
What is quality? – An interview.
Location: Room - Galoppen 4
ID 526, 681, 820, 1033: Adaptive approaches to evaluation (Multiple papers session)
Location: Room - Galoppen 5
Chair: Dr. Tom Ling, RAND Europe
ID 881: Building a New Generation of Evaluators: Career Development As a Tool for Transformational Evaluation
Location: Room - Galoppen 9
Chair: Marco Segone, UNFPA
Value Creation and Impact Investing
Location: Room - Karavanen 3
What Changing Role Can Evaluation Play In Power Shifts: Perspectives From Oxfam GB
Location: Plenary - Parallel Session 1
Leveraging Evaluation for Organisational Learning and Innovation
Location: Room Karavanen 11
 

 
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