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3ie London Evidence Week Conference, 7-8 November 2018

November 7 @ 8:30 am - November 8 @ 5:30 pm

As part of 3ie’s 10th anniversary celebrations, the organisation is organising a conference during its London Evidence Week on 7-8 November. On the first day, 3ie is collaborating with DFID, one of our founding supporters and strongest advocates for rigorous evaluation evidence to improve lives. Discussions will focus on the importance of partnerships to produce policy-relevant evidence, sessions on promoting government transparency and accountability, social protection, education and the learning crisis. On the second day, we will focus on innovations in access to data for evaluations, various innovations driving impact evaluations, and challenges faced in evidence production in risky environments. These events are open for all.

Celebrating 10 years of 3ie and DFID partnership

Day 1, 7 November 2018

Venue: Woburn House, Kings Cross, London WC1H 9HB, UK

This one-day conference will feature the work that 3ie has funded over the last 10 years, in producing high-quality evidence that has an impact. The day will focus on 3ie’s partnership with DFID to produce policy-relevant evidence.

9:00-10:30Keynote discussion
10:30-12:00All sustainable capacity development is local: improving evidence production and use in Africa
12:00– 13:00Lunch
13:00-14:30Does social protection research help the most vulnerable?
14:30-16:00Making an impact on the learning crisis
16:15 – 17:15Howard White Lecture

Democratising evidence: innovations in access to evidence and measurement

Day 2, 8 November 2018

Venue: Student Central, Malet Street, London, WC1E &HY, UK

The theme for day 2 is innovation. We will have a world café style session to have conversations on conducting evaluations in conflict affected states, behavioural science, evidence synthesis and implementation science. This will be followed by a session on open access to data and transparency.

*The agenda for this day will be updated soon


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Woburn House, Kings Cross London WC1H 9HB