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Watch the inaugural 3ie Howard White lecture, recordings of the presentations and short video interviews with researchers working in the field of impact evaluation and systematic reviews in international development.

In the inaugural address of the 3ie Howard White Lecture entitled Fieldwork is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see, 3ie’s founding director argues that 'going deep on context' (historical, political and cultural) is necessary for a proper understanding of impact, and indeed should also inform intervention design.

You can also watch the presentations on 3ie-supported studies made at an event on 13 October as well as presentations from the one-day evidence colloquium, Improving Lives through Better Evidence.

In the short interviews, researchers offer their perspective on the need for quality assuring impact evaluation designs, the importance of equity-focused and gender responsive evaluations and how to engage effectively with policymakers.

Inaugural 3ie Howard White lecture: Fieldwork is easy with eyes closed, misunderstanding all you see

Speaker: Howard White, Executive Director, 3ie

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What's working and where: findings from selected 3ie-studies

Watch presentations by Janice Tripney, Orazzio Attanasio and others on 3ie-supported impact evaluations and systematic reviews.

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Improving Lives through Better Evidence Colloquium

Watch presentations by Scott Rozelle, Carlos Oya, Naila Kabeer, Ruth Levine and others on various themes, including the need for evidence for better decision making, equitable social development, pro-poor growth and economic development, and how to get evidence to inform policymaking.

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Importance of evaluating the impact of Millennium Villages Project

Speaker: Edoardo Masset, Research Fellow , Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex

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Challenges faced by researchers when engaging with policymakers in China

Speaker: Scott Rozelle, Co-Director, Rural Education Action Program, Stanford University, USA

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Importance of equity-focused and gender-responsive evaluations

Speaker: Naila Kabeer, Professor of Gender and Development, Gender Institute, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK

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