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EES MEMBERSHIP IS CHANGING TO BECOME CALENDAR-BASED

To align with the best practices of other evaluation associations and to reduce our administrative burden, the EES will be adopting a calendar year-based membership starting in January 2021. More information will be provided to current members on how this  transition will affect their membership.

Individual membership benefits

Joining the only European association of evaluators allows you to join a community of like-minded professionals, and comes with the following benefits:

 

  1. Subscription to Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice with electronic access,* and optional printed copies to be sent quarterly;
  2. Reduced conference registration fee for the EES Biennial conferences and priority to receive advanced information about forthcoming EES conferences;
  3. Reduced registration rates for professional development workshops, in person or remote (organized or co-organized by EES);
  4. Opportunities for networking and sharing information with colleagues across Europe and globally via:
    1. Participating in the Thematic working groups – TWG
    2. Attending EES Biennial conferences and online events
    3. Receiving regular emails from the EES Secretariat about current events and opportunities that are of interest to the evaluation community
    4. Advertising on the EES website and social media channels, e.g. jobs and tenders, webinars, trainings etc.
    5. Networking via an EES members-only portal and sharing publications (forthcoming)
  1. Ability to influence the direction and the activities of EES through:
    1. Participating in the Annual General Meeting
    2. Participating in various Thematic working groups – TWG
    3. Participating in annual and other feedback surveys
    4. Suggesting new ideas and joint activities with EES
  1. Opportunity to access, and contribute to, all EES products, including archives:
    1. Monthly EES newsletterEuropEval Digest” sent exclusively in electronic form and permanent access to the past issues;
    2. Monthly EES podcast EvalEdge
    3. EES Blog
    4. Recordings of EES’ online events series
  1. Full access to the EES website, including:
    1. Jobs/tenders
    2. Online events
    3. Trainings 
    4. Events/conferences
    5. A curated database on Gender and Evaluation resources called GEKIWIKI, courtesy of TWG 1
    6. The latest news about our partnership events, including p2p Career + Advisory for Emerging Evaluators and the Decade of Evaluation For Action (Eval4Action)
  1. Evaluation-specific resources on the EES website, including:
    1. Standards
    2. Glossaries
    3. Guidelines and Handbooks
    4. Tools and Checklists
    5. Web Tools and Software
    6. Journals
    7. Links to other evaluation organizations in Europe and beyond
  1. Increase your credibility by joining the EES database (once approved/forthcoming);
  2. Being publicly listed as a member of a Thematic Working Group on the EES Website;
  3. Possibility to take part in EES’ revised Voluntary Evaluator Peer Review (VEPR) (forthcoming);
  4. Potential to contribute to the development of evaluation culture across Europe.
Institutional membership benefits

Joining the only European association of evaluators allows you to join a community of like-minded professionals, and comes with the following benefits:

 

  1. Being seen and recognised as a leader in evaluation in Europe – you will be identified and recognised as an institutional member of EES on the EES website via your logo and description;
  2. Five subscriptions to Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice with electronic access,* and optional printed copies to be sent quarterly;
  3. Reduced conference registration fee (up to five institutional representatives) for the EES Biennial conferences and priority to receive advanced information about forthcoming EES conferences;
  4. Reduced registration rates for professional development workshops, in person or remote (organized or co-organized by EES);
  5. Potential of joint activities with EES, e.g. collaborating on evaluation-related initiatives and co-hosting online events, webinars, and trainings;
  6. Opportunities for networking and sharing information with colleagues across Europe and globally via:
    1. Participating in Thematic working groups – TWG
    2. Attending EES Biennial conferences and online events
    3. Receiving regular emails from the EES Secretariat about current events and opportunities that are of interest to the evaluation community
    4. Advertising on the EES website and social media channels, e.g. jobs and tenders, webinars, trainings etc.
    5. Networking via an EES members-only portal and sharing publications (forthcoming)
  1. Ability to influence the direction and the activities of EES through:
    1. Participating in the Annual General Meeting
    2. Participating in various Thematic working groups – TWG
    3. Participating in annual and other feedback surveys
    4. Suggesting new ideas and joint activities with EES
  1. Opportunity to access, and contribute to, all EES products, including archives:
    1. Monthly EES newsletterEuropEval Digest” sent exclusively in electronic form and permanent access to the past issues;
    2. Monthly EES podcast EvalEdge
    3. EES Blog
    4. Recordings of EES’ online events series
  1. Full access to the EES website, including:
    1. Jobs/tenders
    2. Online events
    3. Trainings 
    4. Events/conferences
    5. A curated database on Gender and Evaluation resources called GEKIWIKI, courtesy of TWG 1
    6. The latest news about our partnership events, including p2p Career + Advisory for Emerging Evaluators and the Decade of Evaluation For Action (Eval4Action)
  1. Evaluation-specific resources on the EES website, including:
    1. Standards
    2. Glossaries
    3. Guidelines and Handbooks
    4. Tools and Checklists
    5. Web Tools and Software
    6. Journals
    7. Links to other evaluation organizations in Europe and beyond
  1. Increase your credibility by joining the EES database (once approved/forthcoming);
  2. Being publicly listed as a member of a Thematic Working Group on the EES Website;
  3. Possibility to take part in EES’ revised Voluntary Evaluator Peer Review (VEPR) (forthcoming);
  4. Potential to contribute to the development of evaluation culture across Europe;
  5. Other potential benefits can be discussed (e.g. links on the EES website to your own organisation and/or resources).

* After receiving the payment, the Sage Journal –  Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice can be reached instantly from the EES account following the link here.

Individual membership benefits

Joining the only European association of evaluators allows you to join a community of like-minded professionals, and comes with the following benefits:

  1. Subscription to Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practicewith electronic access,* and optional printed copies to be sent quarterly;
  2. Reduced conference registration feefor the EES Biennial conferences and priority to receive advanced information about forthcoming EES conferences;
  3. Reduced registration ratesfor professional development workshops, in person or remote (organized or co-organized by EES);
  4. Opportunities for networking and sharing information with colleagues across Europe and globally via:
    1. The Thematic working groups – TWG
    2. Attending EES Biennial conferences and online events
    3. An EES members-only portal for networking and sharing publications (forthcoming)
    4. Ability to advertise on the EES website and social media channels, e.g. jobs and tenders, trainings, webinars, etc.
    5. Regular emails from the EES Secretariat about current events and opportunities that are of interest to the evaluation community
  1. Ability to influence the direction and the activities of EES:
    1. Through participation in the Annual General Meeting
    2. Through participation in various Thematic working groups – TWG
    3. Through annual and other feedback surveys
    4. Through suggesting new ideas and joint activities with EES
  1. Opportunity to access, and contribute to, all EES products, including archives:
    1. Monthly EES newsletterEuropEval Digest” sent exclusively in electronic form and permanent access to the past issues;
    2. Monthly EES podcast EvalEdge
    3. The EES Blog
    4. Recordings of EES’ online events series
  1. Full access to the EES website, including:
    1. Jobs/tenders
    2. Online events
    3. Trainings 
    4. Events/conferences
    5. An EES members-only portal for networking and sharing publications (forthcoming)
    6. A curated database on Gender and Evaluation resources called GEKIWIKI, courtesy of TWG 1
    7. The latest news about our partnership events, including p2p Career + Advisory for Emerging Evaluators and the Decade of Evaluation For Action (Eval4Action)
  1. Evaluation-specific resources on the EES website, including:
    1. Standards
    2. Glossaries
    3. Guidelines and Handbooks
    4. Tools and Checklists
    5. Web Tools and Software
    6. Journals
    7. Links to other evaluation organizations in Europe and beyond
  1. Increase your credibility by joining the EES database (once approved/forthcoming)
  2. Being publicly listed as a member of a Thematic Working Group on the EES Website.
  3. Possibility to apply for the newly established Voluntary Evaluator Peer Review (VEPR) programme (currently under revision), available exclusively to EES members with a two-year membership and receive a Certificate of Completion;
  4. Potential to contribute to the development of evaluationculture across Europe.

 

Institutional membership benefits

Joining the only European association of evaluators allows you to join a community of like-minded professionals, and comes with the following benefits:

  1. Being seen and recognised as a leader in evaluation in Europe – you will be identified and recognised as an institutional member of EES on the EES website via your logo and description;
  2. Five subscriptions to Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice with electronic access,* and optional printed copies to be sent quarterly;
  3. Reduced conference registration fee (up to five institutional representatives) for the EES Biennial conferences and priority to receive advanced information about forthcoming EES conferences;
  4. Reduced registration rates for professional development workshops, in person or remote (organized or co-organized by EES);
  5. Potential of joint activities with EES, e.g. collaborating on evaluation-related initiatives and co-hosting online events, webinars, and trainings;
  6. Opportunities for networking and sharing information with colleagues across Europe and globally via:
    1. The Thematic working groups – TWG
    2. Attending EES Biennial conferences and online events
    3. An EES members-only portal for networking and sharing publications (forthcoming)
    4. Ability to advertise on the EES website and social media channels, e.g. jobs and tenders, trainings, webinars, etc.
    5. Regular emails from the EES Secretariat about current events and opportunities that are of interest to the evaluation community
  1. Ability to influence the direction and the activities of EES:
    1. Through participation in the Annual General Meeting
    2. Through participation in various Thematic working groups – TWG
    3. Through annual and other feedback surveys
    4. Through suggesting new ideas and joint activities with EES
  1. Opportunity to access, and contribute to, all EES products, including archives:
    1. Monthly EES newsletterEuropEval Digest” sent exclusively in electronic form and permanent access to the past issues;
    2. Monthly EES podcast EvalEdge
    3. The EES Blog
    4. Recordings of EES’ online events series
  1. Full access to the EES website, including:
    1. Jobs/tenders
    2. Online events
    3. Trainings 
    4. Events/conferences
    5. An EES members-only portal for networking and sharing publications (forthcoming)
    6. A curated database on Gender and Evaluation resources called GEKIWIKI, courtesy of TWG 1
    7. The latest news about our partnership events, including p2p Career + Advisory for Emerging Evaluators and the Decade of Evaluation For Action (Eval4Action)
  1. Evaluation-specific resources on the EES website, including:
    1. Standards
    2. Glossaries
    3. Guidelines and Handbooks
    4. Tools and Checklists
    5. Web Tools and Software
    6. Journals
    7. Links to other evaluation organizations in Europe and beyond
  1. Increase your credibility by joining the EES database (once approved/forthcoming);
  2. Being publicly listed as a member of a Thematic Working Group on the EES Website;
  3. Possibility to apply for the newly established Voluntary Evaluator Peer Review (VEPR) programme (currently under revision), available exclusively to EES members with a two-year membership and receive a Certificate of Completion;
  4. Potential to contribute to the development of evaluation culture across Europe;
  5. Other potential benefits can be discussed (e.g. links on the EES website to your own organisation and/or resources).

* After receiving the payment, the Sage Journal –  Evaluation, the International Journal of Theory, Research, and Practice can be reached instantly from the EES account following the link here.