Open Discussion on Integrating Environment into Evaluation

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Many people attending the conference are involved in initiatives that seek to change the way evaluation is undertaken in influential institutions. These efforts are sometimes known to each other and in some instances operate independently. The purpose of this session will be to create a sense of shared endeavor. This will be an opportunity for people working on integrating environmental and climate considerations into evaluation practice to update one another on what is being done and to create the potential for participants to connect with one another and explore collaborations. The session will be a facilitated conversation during which participants will introduce their work and explore collaboration opportunities. People attending the session can simply observe it but hopefully will introduce themselves and their work in high level terms. Following the session an inventory of what was presented will be prepared and circulated.


Dugan Ian Fraser
Dugan Ian Fraser
Global Evaluation Initiative (GEI)
Program Manager

Dugan Fraser is the Program Manager at the Global Evaluation Initiative. Previously, he was the Director of the Centre for Learning on Evaluation and Results at the University of the Witwatersrand and an Adjunct Professor. Prior to that, as an independent consultant, he supported organizations to collect and use evidence for better decision-making, including designing interventions, monitoring performance, assessing results, and supporting strategy and program planning.

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