EvalGender+ and EVALSDGs held the third Evaluation Insight Dialogue on 6 May 2021. The recording is now available, watch it below.
This third EI Dialogue introduced the most recently published EI: Transforming M&E for Achieving the SDGs; which concerns gender inequality and the degree to which the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) can assure equality and equity among peoples. The Insight also proposes some solutions for strengthening gender responsiveness in evaluations of the SDGs.
The speakers for this dialogue were the authors of this EI from EvalGender+ Sonal Zaveri and Svetlana Negroustoueva; and from EVALSDGs Hayat Askar and Isha Wedasinghe Miranda.
- Dr. Sonal Zaveri is an Independent Consultant, with 25 years of experience in strategic planning, capacity building and evaluation. She has worked in about 25 countries in Asia, East and West Africa, Asia-Pacific, Central Asia, Middle East and Eastern Europe. Sonal’s interests relate to how rights, participation and gender intersect. She represents South Asia globally in the EvalGender+ Management Group.
- Svetlana Negroustoueva is a M&E, learning and gender expert with almost 20 years of demonstrated experience within multi-stakeholder processes and public-private partnerships across donors. She has incorporated gender and equity focus, underlined by feminist principles, into evaluations, and monitoring activities across sectors. She is the co-chair of EvalGender+.
- Hayat Askar is an M&E professional with experience in the fields of M&E, project management, data visualization and gender, working with various stakeholders from government, private sector and international organizations. She is a member in the EVALSDGs Guidance Group.
- Isha Miranda is a member of the EVALSDGs Guidance Group. She is an Independent Professional Programme and Evaluator, with a strong knowledge and experience in Programme Cycle Management and acclaimed adviser. Trainer and facilitator in the Country Development and Humanitarian sector as well as Public Private Sector Partnership sectors.