Monitoring & Evaluation Course: Applying Human Rights Based Approaches – IHR Network

Programme Title: Monitoring and Evaluation: Applying Human Rights Based Approaches
Dates: Monday 15th to Friday 19th July 2013
Venue: National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Ireland

Objective

This programme aims to enhance the substantive knowledge and practical skills for applying Human Rights Based Approaches to monitoring and evaluation.

Participants

Reflecting the multi-disciplinary nature of human rights based development, the programme is aimed at individuals from a range of disciplines, with experience in monitoring or evaluating programmes/sectors/institutions in developing and industrialised countries: officials with public and regulatory bodies; donor personnel responsible for commissioning and managing evaluations; IGO and NGO project managers, professional evaluators, etc. The programme is aimed at participants with prior experience in M&E, with a limited number of places allocated to those at entry level.

Methods

The Programme applies a variety of pedagogical techniques; presentations, plenary discussions, group work, role-plays, case studies, etc. The Programme is highly participatory and emphasises cross-learning among participants, based upon advance reflection. Advance reading provides participants with a common grounding in the international legal framework, human rights based approaches, evaluation theory and practice.

Further information and application details can be found at the following link: Monitoring & Evaluation: Applying Human Rights Based Approaches – IHR Network.

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