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.

3ie events

Upcoming events

 Socio-economic impacts of the Konkan Railway in India

Socio-economic and environmental impacts of the Konkan Railway in India

Seminar 26 July 2019 New Delhi, India 3ie funded an impact evaluation that examined the socio-economic and environmental impacts of the Konkan railway. T. Jayaraman and Sreeja Jaiswal will present findings that offer important insights on its impact on migration and labour market outcomes and on local ecology.

Promoting latrine use for Swachh Bharat

Promoting latrine use for Swachh Bharat

Conference 09 August 2019 New Delhi, India 3ie, in partnership with the Research Institute for Compassionate Economics, is organising a one-day conference on Promoting latrine use for Swachh Bharat. Research teams will share the results and policy implications of recently completed impact evaluations in Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka and Odisha. We will also share our insights from a unique latrine use measurement study.

3ie at the What Works Global Summit 2019

3ie at the What Works Global Summit 2019

Conference 14 - 18 October 2019 Mexico City, Mexico 3ie is a sponsor and will be actively participating in the What Works Global Summit 2019 – the largest global event bringing together leaders in promoting evidence-informed decision-making. We will be conducting workshops, hosting panel sessions and making presentations on a range of exciting topics.

18 - 20
October 2019
London, UK

Systematic review and meta-analysis seminar

Capacity development 18 - 20 October 2019 London, UK Stats Camp is conducting a three-day intermediate course on systematic reviewing and conducting a meta-analysis using R. This course will include a practical and hands on approach to conducting reviews by combining lectures with practice material designed to enable participants to conduct future meta-analyses.

23 - 25
October 2019
Bonn, Germany

Call for papers: 19th Global Development Conference

Conferences 23 - 25 October 2019 Bonn, Germany The Global Development Network (GDN) is hosting its 19th Global Development Conference, Knowledge for Sustainable Development: the Research-Policy Nexus in Bonn, Germany from 23-25 October 2019. This conference will focus on the research-policy interface in pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals.

Previous events

Improving the delivery of direct benefit transfers in India

Improving the delivery of direct benefit transfers in India

Seminar 21 June 2019 New Delhi, India Shruti Viswanathan presented findings from recent studies that unpack the implementation and impact challenges of these transfers.

gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2019

gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2019

Conferences 03 - 07 June 2019 3ie is organising two webinars as part of gLOCAL Evaluation Week from 3 – 7 June 2019.

16 - 17
May 2019
Beirut, Lebanon

GESI workshop on systematic review methodology in environmental sciences

Capacity development 16 - 17 May 2019 Beirut, Lebanon Neal Haddaway (Stockholm Environment Institute) will introduce the methods needed to conduct a systematic review and systematic map in the environment sector.

15
May 2019
London, UK

CEDIL lecture: Learning and adapting in development practice

CEDIL 15 May 2019 London, UK Patrick Ward (CEDIL) will explore factors influencing the extent to which development programmes are able to adapt in the light of new evidence and learning.

09
May 2019
London, UK

Impact of universal test-and-treat on HIV incidence in Zambia and South Africa: Results of the HPTN 071 (PopART) trial

Seminar 09 May 2019 London, UK Richard Hayes, the principal investigator for the HPTN 071 (PopART) study, measuring the impact of universal HIV testing and treatment in Zambia and South Africa will present the primary results of the trial, and discuss the implications of the findings in the context of other trials of universal test-and-treat.