Our workshops and conferences bring together a diverse set of stakeholders: researchers, evaluators, implementing agencies and donors. They include capacity development workshops, policy dialogues, learning events and international conferences.

Upcoming events

06 - 07
July 2022

Call for papers: New methods for impact evaluations in conflict and humanitarian emergency settings research workshop

Workshop 06 - 07 July 2022 Online

International Security and Development Center (ISDC) invites submissions of research papers (including work in progress and working papers) for a workshop on new methods for rigorous impact evaluations of interventions in conflict and humanitarian emergency settings to be held in a hybrid format in Berlin on 6-7 July 2022. Priority will be given to interesting discussions of new data and quantitative methods for these settings, rather than findings.

24 - 25
August 2022
Sejong, Republic of Korea

KDI School Impact Evaluation Conference in Development

Conferences 24 - 25 August 2022 Sejong, Republic of Korea

Korea Development Institute of Public Policy and Management (KDI School) is inviting policymakers, academics, and experts to submit papers related to the field of impact evaluation for the upcoming KDI School Impact Evaluation Conference in Development. The theme of the conference is 'Empirical findings in public policies and development cooperation'. Selected papers will be presented during the hybrid conference, which will take place during 24-25 August 2022. The deadline for submitting papers is 31 May 2022.

07 - 12
November 2022
New Orleans, USA

Evaluation 2022 Conference

Conferences 07 - 12 November 2022 New Orleans, USA The American Evaluation Association’s Evaluation 2022 conference, with the theme (re)shaping evaluation together, brings together unique evaluation skills, competencies, and perspectives to (re) shaping evaluation together.

Previous events

May 2022

gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2022

Conferences 30 May - 03 June 2022 Online gLOCAL 2022 invites the M&E community to join the dialogue on how innovations in data collection, analysis, and use are influencing M&E field. With “EvalEvolve” as the overarching theme, event organizers can consider a number of different aspects of how the field is changing to meet current realities and future needs.

April 2022

Evidence Dialogues | Evidence-informed development – starting with the man in the mirror | Take II

Conferences 08 April 2022 Online

As a sequel to the Evidence Dialogues on 17 March 2021, where panelists committed to getting together to continue the conversation in a year’s time, this discussion will bring the focus back on efforts needed to strengthen continuous monitoring, evaluation, learning, and adaptations to ensure the chances of good outcomes are improved.

March 2022

3ie at CEDIL 2022 conference: Strengthening evidence use during the pandemic and beyond

Conference 23 March 2022 Online The 2022 CEDIL conference will feature expert speakers from around the world. They will share experiences and lessons learned on generating and using evidence during a crisis. The conference will also be an opportunity to discuss innovative approaches, methods, and themes that have gained importance during the pandemic – including evaluating complex development interventions, using big data and machine learning, and developing rigorous approaches for transferring evidence and applying learning across contexts.

17 - 18
March 2022

10th AfrEA conference: Evaluation that leaves no one behind

Conference 17 - 18 March 2022 Online The Conference acts as the foundation for promoting and advocating AfrEA’s “Made in Africa” approach, and allows knowledge sharing, collaboration and networking with a wide range of international organizations and individuals.

February 2022

3ie at the 10th BITSS Annual Meeting

Conferences 11 February 2022 Online

The Berkeley Initiative for Transparency in the Social Sciences (BITSS) Annual Meeting brought together actors from academia, scholarly publishing, and policy to share novel research and discuss efforts to improve the credibility of social science by advancing research transparency, reproducibility, rigor, and ethics. This year’s keynote address on 10 February was given by 2021 Nobel Laureate David Card (UC Berkeley), who discussed the credibility (r)evolution in empirical research.

16 - 17
December 2021

3ie at Livelihoods India Summit 2021

Conference 16 - 17 December 2021 Online 3ie and LEAD at Krea University led a track on Women-led Collective Enterprises at the virtual Livelihoods India Summit 2021.

November 2021

3ie at Financial Inclusion Week 2021

Conference 01 November 2021 Online 3ie senior fellow Dr Anjini Kochar presented in a panel, Improving Last-Mile Delivery of Financial Services and Welfare Programs, on 1 November 2021. The panel is part of the annual Financial Inclusion Week organized by the Centre for Financial Inclusion. This year, the focus is on how COVID-19 has exposed the fragility of the global economy, with low-income households and small businesses bearing the brunt of the pandemic's economic impact.

October 2021

Evidence Dialogues | What works to strengthen gender equality and empower women in fragile contexts?

Conferences 28 October 2021 Online This edition of the Evidence Dialogues brought together experts who discussed the review’s findings and deliberated on what else can be done to increase impact and production of evidence on this important subject.

25 - 27
October 2021
Abidjan, Cote DÍvorie

La Conférence régionale sur l’évaluation d’impact en Afrique francophone

Conference 25 - 27 October 2021 Abidjan, Cote DÍvorie WACIE-CLEAR FA Conference

Le Centre régional de CLEAR pour l’Afrique Francophone (CLEAR FA) et le Programme de renforcement des capacités et d’évaluation d’Impact en Afrique de l’Ouest (WACIE/3ie) organisent, avec le soutien de l’Evaluation Indépendante du Développement (IDEV) de la Banque Africaine de Développement (BAD), une conférence régionale.

18 - 27
October 2021

Evidence for Development: What Works Global Summit

Conferences 18 - 27 October 2021 Online The What Works Global Summit 2021 is organized by the Campbell Collaboration and the Global Development Network (GDN) as the Evidence for Development conference, online. The conference will target 400 participants, drawn from a diverse group of researchers, evaluators, policymakers, representatives of international organizations, civil society, development practitioners and the private sector.