Pact at the European Evaluation Society biennial conference

June 2, 2022

Pact staff from around the world will gather in Copenhagen, Denmark, next week to present learnings from our learning, evidence and impact work at the 14th European Evaluation Society Biennial Conference.

This year’s conference theme is Evaluation at a Watershed: Actions and Shifting Paradigms for Challenging Times. Discussions will focus on institutional, identity, content and methodological shifts in evaluation.

Staff from Pact will present their work in the following sessions: 

  • Tools in Use: Using Complexity Science and Program Theory - A Transformative and Practical Evaluation Toolkit That Operationalizes Project Complexity to Support Nimble and Responsive Programming, presented by Lauren Serpe (Pact) and Kate Byom (Pact)
  • Think Tank: The Missing Piece: Building Guidance for Analyzing Outcome Harvesting Data Practically and Presenting Findings in Visually Compelling Ways, facilitated by Lauren Serpe (Pact) and Molly Wright (Pact)
  • Tools in Use: In Search of Equity: Two Tools for Centering Community Voice in Evaluative Practice, presented by Gunjan Veda (The Movement for Community-led Development), Molly Wright (Pact), Trisha Chalulu (World Vision Malawi)
  • Panel Paper: Applying Outcome Mapping in Cross-Border Peacebuilding Projects in Eastern Africa by Gedion Juma (Pact) (in Using Outcome Mapping to Plan, Monitor and Evaluate Systems Change)

Pact strives to use continual learning to improve global development programming, supported by action-oriented research, monitoring and evaluation, through our dedicated learning and evidence practice.