3ie events

3ie hosts seminars, workshops and conferences in multiple locations across the world. These events focus on sharing the latest evidence, innovations in evaluations, systematic reviews, gap maps, replications and evidence use. They are a platform for vibrant discussions and debates between researchers, policymakers and programme managers on priority topics.

Upcoming events

Norad impact evaluation incubator 2023

Training 04 - 06 December 2023 Norad office, Oslo, Norway

Norad wants to increase the use of impact evaluations in Norwegian development cooperation, in order to enhance knowledge and learning. Therefore, Norad is inviting organisations with an agreement with Norad to apply for participation in a 3-day impact evaluation incubator on December 4–6. This event will be organized by Norad in cooperation with Development Learning Lab (DLL) & 3ie.

March 2024

Call for papers: Economics Writing Workshop on Micro-development in Africa

Workshop 15 March 2024 Africa

Nobel in Africa invites emerging scholars to participate in their symposium, “Micro-development research in the last 20 years: what have we learned?” and a writing workshop on 15 March 2024. Twelve scholars will be selected to attend the symposium and workshop, where they will have the chance to present their papers, receive feedback from their peers and select participants from the event. Travel and accommodation will be provided for the duration of the workshop. Applications are open to all scholars (including PhD students and postdocs) working in the field of micro-development.

Previous events

January 2020
London, UK

Using evidence in humanitarian decision-making

CEDIL 29 January 2020 London, UK Sheree Bennett (International Rescue Committee) will discuss efforts to increase the use of evidence, the challenges and successes experienced to date and lessons for agencies wishing to adopt a more evidence-based approach.

February 2020
London, UK

Five challenges in the design and practice of implementation science trials for HIV prevention and treatment

CEDIL 19 February 2020 London, UK James Hargreaves (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) will discuss challenges with conducting rigorous trials in the field of HIV prevention and treatment and how to solve them.