Conferences

Our workshops and conferences bring together a diverse set of stakeholders: researchers, evaluators, implementing agencies and donors. They include capacity development workshops, policy dialogues, learning events and international conferences.

Upcoming events

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Previous events

19
March 2021

3ie at Niti Aayog Conference: Strengthening pathways from evidence to action

Conference 19 March 2021 The session will be held as part of the National Conference on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning: Institutionalizing M&E Practices for Sustainable Impact organized by Development Monitoring and Evaluation Office (DMEO), India’s apex monitoring and evaluation office, attached to the Niti Aayog.

17
March 2021
Online

Evidence Dialogues | Evidence-informed development – starting with the man in the mirror

Webinar 17 March 2021 Online In this Evidence Dialogues webinar, we discussed how institutions can incentivize, put systems in place, and train people in using research and evidence to design the best possible interventions, policies and programs and to ensure continuous monitoring, evaluation, learning and adaptations so as always to strive to support the most cost-effective development programs.

18
February 2021
Online

Demand-driven evidence: The Philippine government in the driver’s seat

Conferences 18 February 2021 Online In this webinar on 18 February, we shared what worked and how such partnerships can amplify evidence-informed decision-making, focussing primarily on evaluation of livelihood programs.

28 - 29
January 2021
Online

3ie at Livelihoods India Summit 2020

Conferences 28 - 29 January 2021 Online 3ie organised two panels at the Livelihoods India Summit 2020, held online from 28-29 January 2021. The summit brings together diverse stakeholders on a single platform to discuss critical issues that impede and afflict the livelihoods of the poor.

15 - 18
December 2020
Online

Evidence for Policymakers Conference

Conferences 15 - 18 December 2020 Online This conference treats the outcomes of the current crisis as input for the process for professionalising the structured interaction between evidence and policymaking.

10
December 2020
Online

Evidence Dialogues | Evidence generation in challenging times: Lessons from agricultural innovations

Conferences 10 December 2020 Online The COVID-19 pandemic forced course corrections for midstream impact evaluations across the globe. In this Evidence Dialogues webinar, the panel brought together thelead researchers from three 3ie-supported impact evaluations on agricultural innovations to discuss the findings from their research and all of the mid-evaluation course corrections they had to make to the successfully complete the evaluations.

02 - 04
December 2020
Online

Assessing the Development Impacts of Private Sector Impact Investments

Conference 02 - 04 December 2020 Online The European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Global Development Network (GDN) cohosted an online conference, ‘Assessing the Development Impacts of Private Sector Impact Investments’ in partnership with The Campbell Collaboration.

12 - 20
November 2020
Online

Cost-tober webinar series

Conferences 12 - 20 November 2020 Online Understanding the costs of a program or policy–in addition to its impacts–is critical to making informed decisions about how limited development resources are spent.

17
November 2020
Online

KDIS-3ie-ADB-ADBI Conference on Impact Evaluation: Challenges and Promise for Human Capital Development in Asia

Conferences 17 November 2020 Online This conference on Impact Evaluation on 17 November 2020 aimed to share empirical research findings on impact evaluation of human capital development policies in Asia using evidence-based approaches and big data.

30
October 2020
Online

In fragile situations, which interventions strengthen intergroup social cohesion?

Conferences 30 October 2020 Online The new mixed-methods 3ie systematic review examined the evidence from 36 impact evaluations based on 24 studies to understand which strategies are effective for which populations in which contexts. Ada Sonnenfeld, lead author of the review, presented the key findings and implications for policy and programmes.