Trust Consultancy and Development would like to offer a free webinar on « Participatory Evaluation » to give the opportunity to professionals working in the humanitarian and development sectors to expand their knowledge and strengthen their skills.
Traditionally, evaluation tended to be managed by an external evaluator and the stakeholders were more the object of the evaluation than participants. Over the past years, actively involving the stakeholders in the evaluation of a project has been seen more and more as critical. Because it has become a fundamental issue, this webinar will show how to open up participation during a regular evaluation and how to implement a participatory evaluation
For this workshop to be interactive, the number of participants will be limited to the first people who register.
This webinar is open to everybody who has an interest in the subject. No prior knowledge is required.
To understand why participation is necessary
To describe participatory tecniques within a regular evaluation
To give practical step-by-step orientation to produce a participatory evaluation
About the trainer
Research affiliate of University of Groningen (Netherlands) and University of Barcelona (Spain) in social and environmental conflicts and monitoring and evaluation of social impacts. She has 18 years’ experience in the fields of project management and monitoring, sustainability, human rights and civil society strengthening in emerging markets, working with different organizations mainly in Latin America.
During 2011-2013 she was the director of a training program within Al Invest IV and GIZ designed for SME and business associations. Afterwards, during 2014-2015 she was in charge of creating a public policy baseline and a roadmap related to CSR in 33 countries in Latin America and 6 in Europe. The policy paper was finally presented in the Brussels UE-CELAC Summit and the Euro-Lat Parliament in 2015. In 2016, she wrote a Stand Alone project, including an Action Fiche and a log-frame, for the European Commission to fund activities in eight countries in Latin America in Human Rights and Business.
Since 2008 the expert has implemented assignments related to CSR, evaluation &monitoring, human rights, and sustainability in Belgium, Check Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, The Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Australia, Thailand, USA, Canada, Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, México, Nicaragua, Panamá, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, Uruguay and Venezuela.
She was a teacher assistant in sustainable development, including communication policies, and poverty alleviation strategies in five universities in Chile and produces research papers for different international organizations aiming raising awareness on these issues across Latin-America
How to register
Applicants can register for the course at this link