Evidence that matters for vulnerable and marginalised people in international development
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.
Draft schedule of events
(Click on each event to read more)
3ie is pleased to be coordinating our London Evidence Week events with partners who also have events the same week
With the support of the UNICEF Innocenti Research Centre, Campbell Collaboration is undertaking an evidence map to help inform research priorities in the area of child mortality. The presentation of the evidence map will take place in London on 10 November 2017, during the 3ie London Evidence Week. Read more
Centre for Excellence for Development Impact and Learning (CEDIL) will be actively participating in 3ie’s London Evidence Week one-day conference. CEDIL will be leading a session on addressing gaps in impact evaluation and evidence synthesis in international development.
Humanitarian Evidence Week 2017 (HEW2017) will take place from 6 to 12 November 2017. HEW2017 is an initiative led by Evidence Aid, in collaboration with the Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine to promote a more evidence-based approach together with over twenty organisations. Evidence Aid is co-organising a debate
at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and will provide systematic review training
on 7 November.
The Festival of social science organised by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESCR) is designed to promote and increase awareness of social sciences. The event is a platform to promote ESRC’s research, enable social scientists to engage with non-academics and increase awareness of the contributions the social sciences make to the wellbeing and the economy of the UK society
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