Capacity building to produce useful evidence: Who sets the agenda and what needs to change, Global Evidence Summit Satellite Session, 12 September 2017, South africa
Community of Evaluators- South Asia Conference (COE-SA), 6-9 June, Bhutan
African Evaluation Association conference, 27-31, Kampala, Uganda
State-society relations: taking stock of the evidence, 16 March 2017, Washington DC
Governance and service delivery in India –using national and global evidence for better lives, 9 February 2017, New Delhi
4 November: Webinar on 3ie education review in New York
3ie’s executive director, Emmanuel Jimenez will be presenting the findings of the most comprehensive review on education effectiveness conducted by 3ie at a webinar in New York, hosted by the UN Evaluation Group
Improving children's learning and school participation in developing countries: what works?, 3 November 2016, Washington DC
The World Bank’s Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) and the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie) hosted a seminar on the value of 3ie’s recent systematic review on education effectiveness for informing policies and strategies for achieving quality education for all.
Education effectiveness systematic review launch at the UNESCO IIEP Strategic Debate, 20 October 2016, Paris
3ie's education effectiveness systematic review was launched in Paris in a session on 20 October as part of the UNESCO-IIEP debate. The focus of this debate was the major lessons learned and the implications for education policies and programming from the recently launched education effectiveness review. The main objective of The Education 2030 Agenda is to ’Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life-long learning opportunities for all‘. The focus of the 2016 IIEP Strategic Debate series is to see how countries can best plan for the implementation of this ambitious and comprehensive education vision.
The seminar was held in English with simultaneous interpretation in to French.
The seminar was also live-streamed.
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