On Tuesday 2 June, we held the EvalParticipativa seminar as part of the 2020 gLocal Evaluation Week. The slogan for the week was “Sharing local and global M&E knowledge”.
The main purpose of the seminar was to publicise and expand the community of practice and learning on participatory evaluation by sharing experiences and reflections on the potential and challenges inherent in this evaluation approach across the region.
Juan Carlos Sanz, from DEval, moderated the seminar with the support of Daniela Miranda from the Poverty Alleviation Foundation/Servicio País and Esteban Tapella from the EvalParticipativa coordinator team. Alejandra Gomez and María Carolina Sandoval from Focelac facilitated the recording and live transmission of the meeting.
The seminar had the pleasure of hosting the following four speakers:
Pablo Rodríguez Bilella
Director of the Social and Environmental Labour Studies Programme – National University of San Juan (Argentina).
Fernanda Arriaza López
Community Management Director for TECHO International (Nicaragua-Chile)
Carmen Luz Sánchez B
Program Management and Evaluation Coordinator for Servicio País (Chile).
Evaluation specialist and member of the Centre for Local Development Support.
More than a hundred people signed up to the seminar and seventy people actively participated. Many people also participated through live streaming on the Focelac page.
During the webinar, most of the questions were answered by the speakers. However, they offered to answer any other questions by email.
Here you can find the recording of this worthwhile webinar. We hope you will watch it and decide to join our community of practice. See you at the next gathering!