Evaluation 101 for Human Rights Organizations, Part 4: Scientific Partnerships for Human Rights Program Evaluations
Co-Founder and Past Chair
Statistics Without Borders
Project Director, Scientific Responsibility, Human Rights and Law Program
Program evaluation can be highly technical, but support is available for human rights organizations. This final webinar in the four-part series will feature examples of scientists from different disciplines, including social scientists, statisticians, epidemiologists, and data scientists, who can help human rights practitioners conduct evaluations, including developing theories of change and logic models, identifying evaluation questions, selecting appropriate evaluation methods including participatory methods, and analyzing and communicating the evaluation findings. Participants will gain an understanding of how these types of experts can provide assistance and how AAAS On-call Scientists, Statistics Without Borders, and other referral services can help human rights practitioners find partners well-suited for their evaluation projects.
Miss the first three parts? View the recorded webinars at https://www.aaas.org/evaluation101