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The EES was initiated in 1992 and registered in 1996 as a non-profit association. The first official board was elected in autumn 1995 and started its work in January 1996. Since the start of the Society, it has organized thirteen biennial conferences in as many European countries..

The mandate of the European Evaluation Society (EES) is to stimulate, guide and promote the theory, practice and utilization of evaluation in Europe and beyond.

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The 14th EES Biennial Conference, 6-10 June 2022

EES Conference in 2022 will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark. More info here.

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Monthly online newsletter that help you keep track of all news and opportunities across the European evaluation community.

Blog / EvalEdge Podcast

Read the latest blog contributions or listen to the podcasts providing insights into the implications of new and emerging technologies in evaluation.

Jobs / Tenders

View the latest opportunities for vacancies and tenders in the evaluation field.

Learn from other Evaluation Societies

Look at our compilation of evaluation standards, glossaries, guidelines, tools and checklists.

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Promotion of knowledge exchange among focal groups of young and emerging evaluators.

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What did we read in April ?

Advanced Content Analysis: Can Artificial Intelligence Accelerate Theory-Driven Complex Program Evaluation? | World Bank Independent Evaluation Group   The spectre of artificial intelligence (AI) has haunted the evaluation profession for decades, evoking excitement...

P2p+ Career Advisory Session for Young and Emerging Evaluators

This blog is by Daria Blinova & Julia Rickenbacher, yEES! members P2p+ Europe was thrilled to hold its second career advisory session for young and emerging evaluators (YEEs) in late February. Special guest speaker Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Meyer, Head of Evaluation...

What we’re reading in March

What we’re reading in March: Remembering the Learning part of MEL, Machine Learning in GIS and Evaluating Family Planning in Egypt   By Greg McGann, EES Blog Editor Learning at the speed of trust: building monitoring, evaluation and learning capacity | itad  Few...

Advocacy evaluation: measuring policy influence

Influencing government decisions is an important component of policy change in most political systems. Advocates of structural change must convince policymakers of the worthiness of the changes advocated for. Most advocacy organizations face growing pressure to...

Gender and Evaluation: Are we walking the talk?

Last year, our blog called "Let's increase efforts to mainstream gender in evaluations!" presented five recommendations to ensure gender is mainstreamed in evaluations. The main takeaways from last year's blog are: Make gender analysis a compulsory element of policy...

What did we read in February: Evaluating the UN response to COVID-19, Connecting Evaluation and Policy, Universal Basic Income and Behavioural Change

Inception Report: System-Wide Evaluation of the UNDS Response to COVID-19 | UNSDG  As the world dares to hope that the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic has passed, there is a limited appetite to re-live its horrors through a thorough accounting of institutional...

Statement from the EES President on the situation in Ukraine

As President of the European Evaluation Society (EES), I strongly endorse the Official appeal of the Ukrainian Evaluation Association to all evaluation communities and share their denunciation of the Russian government's attack on sovereign Ukrainian territory that...

What we’re reading in January: Innovation, Institutions, Forced Migration and Miscommunication

Evaluation and Innovation in a complex world | by UNDP Innovation | Dec, 2021 | Medium This blog by Oscar Garcia, Director of UNDP’s Independent Evaluation Office, was published at the close of last year but is a good look at the innovations, opportunities and...

What we’re reading in December: 2021 Nobel Laureates, Systems Change and Mainstreaming Environmental and Social concerns

Where next in the quest for better evidence — after this year's picks for the Nobel Prize in Economics https://www.3ieimpact.org/blogs/where-next-quest-better-evidence-after-years-picks-nobel-prize-economics  The 2021 Nobel Prize in Economics was awarded jointly to...

International Migrants Day: Climate Migrants are on the Rise By Daria Blinova, yEES! member

History shows that humanity has always been on the move. However, climate change and environmental degradation affect almost every aspect of our life more and more. This, in turn, induces human mobility: people have to migrate from their homes to unknown destinations...

Resources on Evaluation and Covid-19

In light of these unprecedented times with the outbreak of Covid-19, we are all having to adapt our daily lives and practice social distancing. Even once the pandemic is over, many sectors will continue to have to adjust their ways of working.

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What Elinor Ostrom Teaches Us About Avoiding the ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ in Delivering the Public Interest in the Post COVID-19 World
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