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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 eleven 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. Our vision is a world where evaluation contributes to human welfare through social learning. Specifically EES seeks to advance evaluation knowledge and to encourage adoption of good practices by fostering evaluation excellence, independence and partnerships. EES activities aim to support improved enabling environments for evaluation, stronger communities of practice, relevant evaluation research and enhanced evaluation methods.

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World Population Day – How far can we evaluate population matters?

The notion that demography is destiny has become cliché and subsequently derided, not least because of the exhausting political struggles and unpleasant history of population planning.  But the sentiment, though crude in its formulation, accurately reflects the...

Mainstreaming Sustainability in Evaluation: Canadian Evaluation Society Stocktaking Report

Andy Rowe and Debbie DeLancey A recent report released by the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) assesses readiness of evaluation in Canada to address sustainability. It finds that evaluations that consider sustainability and the natural system more generally are...

What we’re reading in June

The road ahead: Evaluators must promote learning for adaptive development processes https://www.evalforward.org/blog/road-ahead-evaluators  This useful piece from FAO’s Director of Evaluation Masahiro Igarashi captures much of the evolution in the role of the...

Evaluation of Innovation: Some Tips and Pitfalls to Avoid

This blog provides further discussion and elaboration of themes discussed in the EES EvalEdge Podcast on this topic, along with a few resources[1] for additional reading. Burt Perrin, independent consultant, Burt@BurtPerrin.com   Part I – What does one mean by...

Disruptive technologies, rapid evaluation and evaluating vaccination – what we’re reading in May

How prepared is the World Bank Group to leverage the opportunities and mitigate the risks of disruptive and transformative technologies? In this piece, Soniya Carvalho, Stephan R. Wegner, Mitko Grigorov and Breda Griffith provide a useful update on the application of...

An Emerging Evaluator’s impressions of the global 24-hour #Eval4Action Tweetathon

By Taruna Gupta, EES Member and Tweetathon Participant Tweetathon: a blend of the word ‘tweet’ and ‘marathon’; where twitter messages a continuously posted for a given period focused on a particular topic. On the 7th of April, the #Eval4Action campaign celebrated...

What are we reading in April?

Earth Day 2021: Evaluating the state of evidence in climate action and poverty alleviation https://www.povertyactionlab.org/blog/4-22-21/earth-day-2021-evaluating-state-evidence-climate-action-and-poverty-alleviation In this piece on Earth Day, Andrea Cristina Ruiz,...

Evaluation for post-normal times: what’s changed since 2018?

Authors: Dr. Anne Stephens and Dr. Ellen Lewis EES in 2018 was a big event for us and our team of colleagues. We launched the Inclusive Systemic Evaluation for Gender Equality, Environments and Marginalized voices (ISE4GEMs), a systemic evaluation guidance with the...

Celebrating International Women’s Day, Modelling in Evaluation and Further Reading on Participatory Evaluation – What We’re Reading in March

This month EES’ blog editor would like to share the following blogs with our readers: Capturing the Added Value of Participatory Evaluation Readers will remember that in February we highlighted a new handbook of participatory evaluation developed by...

Time is up: Let’s increase efforts to mainstream gender in evaluations!

Credit to UNESCO: 3.-GENDER-LENS-ON-PLANNING.jpg (3189×2255) (unesco.org) By Karin Kohlweg, EES Secretary General, & Petra Novakova, Leader of EES Thematic Working Group 1 International Women’s Day is often a reminder and provides a good space for reflecting on...

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