Live Webinar on: EVALUATIING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Live webinar on:
EVALUATIING SUSTAIINABLE DEVELOPMENT
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Live webinar on:
EVALUATIING SUSTAIINABLE DEVELOPMENT

Where: in front of your personal or work computer anywhere in the world
When: Tuesday, 5th April 2011, from 10h30 to 11h30 AM New York Time

Within the new series of monthly live webinars on “Emerging Practices in Development Evaluation1”, UNICEF,the Rockefeller Foundation, Claremont Graduate University, IOCE and DevInfo, are pleased to announce the webinar with Alastair Bradstock and Steve Bass, from the International Institute for Environment and Development (iied).
Webinars are free and open to interested people. You may attend virtually from your personal or work computer anywhere in the world. In addition to watching live presentations, you will have the option to ask questions and provide comments. You just need a computer, internet connection, speakers and a mic/headphone. You will also be able to write comments and continue the discussion after the webinar.
Agenda
Tuesday, 5th April 2011, from 10h30 to 11h30 AM New York Time.
Please check the local time in your own town at http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/meeting.html
10h15 – 10h30 Log in (To log in, simply type your name and organization) of participants at
https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/launch/meeting.jnlpsid=2008270&password=M.35CA10352FCB356727E3E1CED9E262
10h30 – 10h35 Welcome: Marco Segone, Systemic management, UNICEF Evaluation Office
10h35 – 10h40 Introduction: Stewart Donaldson, Dean & Chair of Psychology School of Behavioral &
Organizational Sciences, Claremont Graduate University
10h40 – 11h00 Evaluating Sustainable Development
Alastair Bradstock and Steve Bass, International Institute for Environment and Development
11h00 – 11h20 Questions and Answers: Moderator: Stewart Donaldson, Claremont Graduate University
11h20 – 11h30 Closing and Wrap-up: Penny Hawkins, Evaluations Specialist, the Rockefeller Foundation
1 The opinions expressed are the personal thinking of the contributors and do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the organizing institutions or any other organization involved and named in this series of webcast

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