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EvalPartners Paper on Evaluation and Public Policy-making

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The position paper will describe and analyze how evaluation can shape the political discourse and debate and influence policy- and decision-making. It is envisioned that the paper will support EvalPartners and the wider evaluation community in positioning itself and its efforts to promote an evaluation agenda that encourages country actors to use quality evidence to inform political discussions, leading to policies and decisions, going forward in the post-truth era. - A writing sample of a paper or report most similar to that proposed for this assignment. Applications/ proposals should be submitted to kelsaddik@gmail.com and Lynn@ioce.net no later than June 02, 2020.

Monitoring and Evaluation job from IAF

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The IAF is seeking a qualified MELS in [country] to provide monitoring, learning and evaluation services, as described in detail under Tasks (Section C) and Performance Requirements (Section J).

Terms of Reference Development of Toolkit/Guidelines for the Involvement of Engaging Young and Emerging Evaluators (YEEs) in Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) Activities and Leadership Structures

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Terms of Reference Development of Toolkit/Guidelines for the Involvement of Engaging Young and Emerging Evaluators (YEEs) in Voluntary Organizations for Professional Evaluation (VOPEs) Activities and Leadership Structures

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UNESCO - PRINCIPAL EVALUATION SPECIALIST

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The Principle Evaluation Specialist, under the authority of Director of the Internal Oversight Service (IOS) and the supervision of the Head of Evaluation, will assist the Evaluation Office’s efforts in providing evaluation driven evidence-based advice on improvement of UNESCO’s activities/programmes/projects as per scheduled IOS evaluation work plans.  

 

More specifically, the Principal Evaluator will be responsible for the Evaluation Office’s contribution to the evaluation of activities financed from regular and extrabudgetary sources.

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