Webinar: Inclusive systemic evaluation: Case studies from the Americas and the Caribbean
This webinar, part of the gLOCAL Evaluation Week 2020 and co-organized with DEval and CLEAR, will introduce ISE4GEMs, a methodology designed to work with the intersecting complexities of gender equality, environmental conservation (as well as habitability), and the inclusion of marginalized voices (human and non-human). The relevance of this topic directly supports the call to “leave no one behind” of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, using systems thinking and transdisciplinary theories (for example, evaluation, feminist, sustainability, development, intersectionality) and practice towards increased grassroots-designed social change.
Every country is striving to achieve its commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly considering pernicious gender inequality, violation of human rights, and climate change’s impact on human life, flora, and fauna.
This webinar will serve to deepen the conversation and learning on how to create a systemic theory of change in acknowledgement of these complexities, legitimacy though participatory practices, and ethical priorities. The theoretical approach to this methodology will be supported by the presentation of a practical experience through a UN Women–led evaluation in the Caribbean countries.