Speaker: Marco Segone, director, UN Women’s independent evaluation office; chair, United Nations Evaluation Group; co-chair, EvalGender+
Chair: Beryl Leach, deputy director, Policy Advocacy and Communication, 3ie
Discussants: A.K Shiva Kumar, leading economist and independent policy advisor, New Delhi
Jyotsna Puri, deputy executive director, 3ie, New Delhi
Date: 24 February, 3.30-5.00 p.m.
Venue: India International Centre, Conference room 1, New Delhi – 110003
The new 2030 agenda for sustainable development and the related Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are likely to shape the development discourse for the next 15 years. In this talk, Marco Segone will explore how SDGs are simultaneously, the biggest opportunity and challenge posed before the evaluation community. He will focus on the key trends shaping the future of the evaluation world and on what the evaluation community and individual evaluators should do to be equipped to leverage them.
About the speaker: In his various roles with the UN, Marco Segone has been instrumental in strengthening UN evaluation systems, leveraging partnerships with governments, civil society organisations, multilateral development banks, parliamentarians and academia. He bridges the gap between policymakers and evaluators to ensure evaluation credibility and utility. For his detailed profile click here.
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