Making the most out of it: Impact assessments of governance programmes
German Development Institute / Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik (DIE), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
The question of whether international programmes to support governance in developing countries work is of great importance. The purpose of the workshop is to respond to this question by discussing approaches of (rigorous) impact assessments in the area of governance programmes based on examples from different countries and organisations. We further want to open up room for an exchange between organisations in the fields of governance support and impact assessment on their experiences on current topics and measurement approaches that they have implemented when supporting governance.
The workshop will focus on three topics related to the impact assessment of governance programmes: First, it addresses results of impact measurements and asks what they tell us about the effectiveness of governance programmes. Second, it will discuss approaches and methods to measure the impact of governance programmes rigorously; and how qualitative and quantitative methods can be effectively combined (mixed methods). Third, organisational and institutional structures, incentives and instruments fostering or impeding the application and use of impact results for future governance strategies and programmes will be addressed.
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18.09.2019 / 09:00 - 18:00
--by invitation only--