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Webinar - Skills to Succeed: Approaches to Blending Science and Human Rights


At 10:00 AM Eastern Time, join the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition’s Scientific Collaborations with Human Rights Organizations project team, led by Oliver Moles, for their second webinar of 2019. In this webinar, Christopher Ying, Senior Specialist, Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) and Research at the non-profit Save the Children, will present on Save the Children’s flagship youth employment program, Skills to Succeed, which has collaborated with economists, psychometricians, software engineers and statisticians on a number of research and digital innovation projects, such as the development of a mobile app to encourage young girls in Indonesia to save money and to support youth in Vietnam to practice their public speaking skills.

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Christopher Ying

Christopher Ying is a specialist in the field of monitoring and evaluation with global experience. He currently serves as the Senior Specialist for MEAL and Research for the Skills to Succeed Program at Save the Children US, which focuses on youth employment. His previous position was as a Monitoring and Evaluation Associate for Education Development Center, Inc., providing technical assistance to USAID-funded projects in basic education, youth employment and public health. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University and Master of Science from American University.

This webinar series is a project of the AAAS Science and Human Rights Coalition. The team organizer is Oliver Moles, Ph.D.

To view past webinars in this series, please visit Innovations in Human Rights Program Evaluation. Missed past program evaluation webinar series? View the recorded webinars Online.

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