Evaluation for equitable development results
This publication aims to contribute to the international debate on how the evaluation function can contribute to achieving equitable development results by conceptualizing, designing, implementing and using evaluations focused on human rights and equity.
It does so by offering a number of strong contributions from senior officers in institutions dealing with international development and evaluation. These are: UNICEF, UNDP, UNWomen, ILO, IDRC, the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS) and the International Organisation for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE); as well as senior Government representatives responsible for evaluation systems in their country, such as CONEVAL in Mexico.
The book is divided into three parts. Part I presents the relationship between evaluation and human rights and equity.
Part II focuses on the methodological implications in design, implement and use of Equity-focused evaluations; and
part III presents few examples of Equity-focused evaluations.
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