Learning, Monitoring & Evaluation


About the Learning, Monitoring & Evaluation category (1)
Myth Busters M&E Edition (7)
Webinar: The 6 Conditions of Systems Change (2)
Learning Opportunity: learn how to deliver compelling presentations (1)
Resource: Hivos Guide on Theories of Change (1)
Space to grow; To improve technical skills by using digital form for case entry (7)
Scary maps: A warning (blog post by Eric Gunderson) (1)
Free webinar - Evaluation Failures (5)
Fine and dandy schematics (1)
Free Excel Dashboard Webinar Series (1)
Access 2018 Evaluation Conference Virtually (1)
Civic Space Institute, Round (2) (1)
Experts from Legal Development Network and Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union received first results of local self-government monitoring (1)
What research is needed to build the field of legal empowerment? (5)
World Cup 2018: Everything you need to know in seven charts (1)
Happy International Chart Day! (2)
Key Principles of Data Quality (1)
Resource: Changeroo for developing high-quality Theories of Change (4)
Free online course: planning for data collection (1)
Webinar: Casebox - human rights case management (January 2017) (14)
Free Online Course: Soar Beyond the Dusty Shelf Report in 7 Days (1)
Call for Proposals for 2018 AEA International Travel Awards (1)
What’s M&E got to do with it? (13)
Online course: Developing Quality Survey Questions (3)
Examples of written guides for paralegal data collection forms? (5)
Looking for resources on Monitoring & Evaluation? Here are a few places to start (10)
Webinar: "Tell Your Story with Data" (5)
Case Management Software ( 2 ) (29)
Data Fellows Program (2)
Assessing how everyday justice data can shape public policy (1)

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