Conferences

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

18 - 27
October 2021
Online

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.

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.

28
October 2021
Online

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 will bring together experts who will discuss the review’s findings and deliberate on what else can be done to increase impact and production of evidence on this important subject.

Previous events

European Evaluation Society online conference- Evaluation in an uncertain world: complexity, legitimacy and ethics

Conferences 10 September 2021 Online The European Evaluation Society (EES) held a conference this year from 8-10 September 2021, with online Professional Development Workshops occurring on 6-7 September 2021.

06 - 10
September 2021
Online

2021 Asian Evaluation Week

Conferences 06 - 10 September 2021 Online The Asian Evaluation Week is a leading evaluation knowledge-sharing platform in the Asia and Pacific region, jointly sponsored by the Ministry of Finance, PRC through the Asia-Pacific Finance and Development Institute (AFDI) and the Asian Development Bank’s Independent Evaluation Department (IED). The 2021 AEW theme is: Transformational Evaluation: Moving from Uncertainties to Resilience.

06 - 07
September 2021
Online

Evidence for Development

Conferences 06 - 07 September 2021 Online ‘Evidence for development: South Asia’ seeks to bring together researchers, scholars, policymakers, civil society, and others from South Asia to discuss and debate ‘what works’, ‘why’, for ‘whom’ and at ‘what cost’ in the development sector.

22
July 2021
Online

Evidence Dialogues: Learnings from routine child vaccination coverage for Covid policy and practice

Webinar 22 July 2021 Online The session opened with a brief presentation of findings from a new evidence gap map highlighting the volume and type of evidence available on effectiveness of interventions related to routine immunization of children and the major gaps in the evidence base. It was followed by a panel discussion on the role and use of evidence in this sector as well as opportunities and challenges associated with evidence-informed decision making, especially in the context of the global push for increasing COVID-19 vaccination coverage.

01 - 03
June 2021
Online

3ie at gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2021

Webinar 01 - 03 June 2021 Online 3ie participated in the gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2021 convened by the Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI) together with local and global partners. In addition to traditional topics, this year’s theme – Building forward better – allowed organizers to highlight the role monitoring and evaluation can play in post-pandemic recovery.

27
May 2021
Online

Evidence dialogues: Using implementation research to strengthen nutrition interventions

Webinar 27 May 2021 Online Despite best efforts, significant gaps persist between global nutrition targets and actual achievements. These gaps reflect the well-recognized implementation challenge in nutrition – the gap between knowledge of what works and the implementation of proven interventions to achieve coverage and impact at scale. Implementation science and research can help identify and address challenges to implementation. This session focused on the role of implementation research for strengthening the planning, delivery, or scale up of nutrition interventions.

19
March 2021

3ie at Niti Aayog Conference: Strengthening pathways from evidence to action

Conference 19 March 2021 The session was held as part of the National Conference on Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning: Institutionalizing M&E Practices for Sustainable Impact organized by Development Monitoring and Evaluation Office (DMEO), India’s apex monitoring and evaluation office, attached to the Niti Aayog.

17
March 2021
Online

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

Webinar 17 March 2021 Online In this Evidence Dialogues webinar, we discussed how institutions can incentivize, put systems in place, and train people in using research and evidence to design the best possible interventions, policies and programs and to ensure continuous monitoring, evaluation, learning and adaptations so as always to strive to support the most cost-effective development programs.

18
February 2021
Online

Demand-driven evidence: The Philippine government in the driver’s seat

Conferences 18 February 2021 Online In this webinar on 18 February, we shared what worked and how such partnerships can amplify evidence-informed decision-making, focussing primarily on evaluation of livelihood programs.

28 - 29
January 2021
Online

3ie at Livelihoods India Summit 2020

Conferences 28 - 29 January 2021 Online 3ie organised two panels at the Livelihoods India Summit 2020, held online from 28-29 January 2021. The summit brings together diverse stakeholders on a single platform to discuss critical issues that impede and afflict the livelihoods of the poor.