Seminars

Our seminars provide a platform for researchers, policymakers and programme managers to share lessons learned from evaluations and reviews in a wide-variety of sectors.

We organise monthly seminars in Delhi to promote public discussions on the production and use of high-quality evidence for informing decision-making. We also organise the monthly 3ie-LIDC seminar series ‘What works in international development,’ in London

3ie seminars

Upcoming 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 will present findings from recent studies that unpack the implementation and impact challenges of these transfers.

Previous events

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.

08
May 2019
London, UK

CEDIL lecture: the need for using theory to consider the transferability of interventions

CEDIL 08 May 2019 London, UK Chris Bonell (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) will discuss the transferability of interventions to new settings and the role of theory in considering the question of transfer.

07
May 2019

GESI webinar: a framework for stakeholder engagement during systematic reviews and maps in environmental management

07 May 2019 Neal Haddaway (Stockholm Environment Institute) will discuss a framework for stakeholder engagement in systematic reviews and maps, highlighting recommendations and advice that are critical for effective, efficient and meaningful engagement of stakeholders.

Understanding and reducing crop residue burning in North India

Understanding and reducing crop residue burning in North India

Seminar 04 April 2019 New Delhi, India Max Freidrich will present the results of a recent study using the risks, attitudes, norms, abilities and self-regulation psychological theory approach to determine the main drivers of and barriers to reducing crop residue burning.

02
April 2019
London, UK

Impact of financial inclusion in low- and middle-income countries: a systematic review of reviews

Seminar 02 April 2019 London, UK Financial inclusion is a dynamic space with a growing range of intervention types and players. A recent 3ie-funded systematic review of reviews focuses on the impact of financial inclusion interventions.

21
March 2019
London, UK

CEDIL lecture: Evidence and gap maps

CEDIL 21 March 2019 London, UK Ashrita Saran (Campbell Collaboration) will talk about evidence gap maps, how they are used, and ongoing initiatives by Campbell Collaboration in this area.

What is women’s empowerment and how do we measure it?

What is women’s empowerment and how do we measure it?

Seminar 08 March 2019 New Delhi, India On occasion of International Women’s Day, 3ie organised an interactive seminar on measuring women’s empowerment. Speakers had the opportunity to discuss challenges they have faced, particularly in measuring empowerment in evaluations.

06
March 2019
London, UK

Community matters: heterogeneous impacts of a sanitation intervention

Seminar 06 March 2019 London, UK In this seminar, Britta Augsburg (Institute of Fiscal Studies) discussed the results of a study on the effectiveness of a community-level information intervention aimed at reducing open defecation (OD) and increasing sanitation investments in Nigeria.

06
March 2019
London, UK

CEDIL lecture: When context is the barrier: evaluating programmes during political turmoil

CEDIL 06 March 2019 London, UK Joanna Buszam (LSHTM Centre for Evaluation) spoke about the challenges to designing, implementing, and evaluating community-based health programmes in rapidly changing contexts.