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Women and Conflict

This guide focuses on the particular roles, needs, and vulnerabilities of women in conflict settings so that the most appropriate interventions can be determined and initiated. The term “women” is purposefully used because the focus is on their role in environments of...

USAID

Analysis

BEGINNER

Created 02/28/2012

Evaluating for security and justice challenges and opportunities for improved monitoring and evaluation of security system reform programmes

Content   1.  Introduction                                                                            1...

Simon rynn with duncan Hiscoc

Analysis

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/28/2012

Checklist of Indicators for the Analysis of Lengths of Proceedings in the Justice System

The European Human Rights Convention and the case-law of the European Court of Human Rights require justice systems to ensure effective implementation of the right to a fair trial within reasonable time. The Court is assessing the length for the proceedings in...

The European Commission for the Efficiency of Justice (CEPEJ)

How-to

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/28/2012

Straight to the Point: Evaluation of Behavior Change Activities

Unlike information, education, and communication (IEC), behavior change (BC) activities do not rely on materials alone. They are dependent on many variables including, but not limited to: Careful identification of the behavioral objective(s) that the project is seeking to achieve (often with input...

Pathfinder International

How-to

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/27/2012

Preparing a Case Study: A Guide for Designing and Conducting a Case Study for Evaluation Input

When is a Case Study Appropriate? Case studies are appropriate when there is a unique or interesting story to be told. Case studies are often used to provide context to other data (such as outcome data), offering a more complete picture of what happened...

Palena Neale, Shyam Thapa, Carolyn Boyce

How-to

BEGINNER

Created 02/27/2012

Conducting In-Depth Interviews: A Guide for Designing and Conducting In-Depth Interviews for Evaluation Input

What is an In-Depth Interview? In-depth interviewing is a qualitative research technique that involves conducting intensive individual interviews with a small number of respondents to explore their perspectives on a particular idea, program, or situation. For example, we might ask participants, staff, and others associated...

Carolyn Boyce and Palena Neale

How-to

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/27/2012

Bridging the Gap: The Role of Monitoring and Evaluation in Evidence-based Policy Making

Part 1: Evidence-based policy making Evidence-based policy making and the role of monitoring and evaluation within the new aid environment, by Marco Segone, Senior Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, UNICEF CEE/CIS and past Vice President, IOCE. The relationship between evaluation and politics,...

UNICEF

Analysis

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/27/2012

Devising Measures to Evaluate Judicial Reform Projects

No one indicator can measure the impact of a judicial reform program. For this reason, we need to select a range of indicators to measure the impact of any intervention. Thes indicators chosen should measure specific project outputs and then “triangulate” an...

The World Bank / Livingston Armytage

How-to

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/21/2012

Youth and Peacebuilding: Baseline Survey in Nepal

Organizations have slowly started to see potential of the youth in the peacebuilding and post-conflict reconstruction. Government and non-governmental organizations have now recognized youth as important component needed to complete the peace process. Most of the organizations are focused on a rights-based...

Ryan Bennett, Sameer Karki, and Nitu Nepal

Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER

Created 02/21/2012

Bibliography of Governance and Democracy Indicators

GOVERNANCE INDICATORS LITERATURE: Human Rights Justice Decentralisation, Local and Urban Governance Parliament Gender   Corruption   Access to Information   Evidence Based Policy Making   Governance Related Indexes, Databases & Datasets    

United Nations Development Programme, Oslo Governance Centre

Tools and Templates

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/21/2012

10 Basic Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement Officials 10 Basic Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement Officials

These '10 Basic Human Rights Standards for Law Enforcement Officials' were prepared by Amnesty International in association with police officials and experts from different countries. They are based on United Nations law enforcement, criminal justice and human rights standards. They are intended...

Amnesty International

Analysis

INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/21/2012

Monitoring and Evaluating the Impact of War on Health

The impact of war on populations arises both from the direct effects of combat and from the indirect consequences of war, which may occur for several years after a conflict ends. The armed conflicts between warring states and groups within states have...

Laura Gagliardone

Tools and Templates

BEGINNER

Created 02/20/2012