Inclusive Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning: Toward an Integrated Approach
International Republican Institute (IRI); 1225 I St, NW #800
Designing and implementing inclusive monitoring, evaluation, and learning (IMEL) processes is critical to ensuring that all individuals, regardless of identity, are meaningfully represented in democracy and governance programming and able to fully exercise their rights as citizens. Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS) partners National Democratic Institute (NDI), International Republican Institute (IRI), and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) are prioritizing an integrated approach to inclusive MEL practices by developing a coordinated IMEL approach that considers key inclusion questions when designing measurement strategies and metrics, data collection and analysis tools, protocols for reflection sessions, baseline assessments, and internal evaluations. Such a coordinated approach positions CEPPS to collect better data to provide insight into program interventions and their interaction with marginalized populations, ultimately fostering more inclusive, responsive and effective programming. Please join CEPPS to learn more about this emerging integrated approach and about promising practices in conducting inclusive monitoring, evaluation, and learning.
Marian Ware - Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Specialist, IRI
Marzia Faraz - Design, Monitoring, and Evaluation Manager, NDI
Elena Paredes – Senior Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Manager, IFES
Moderated by: Rakesh Sharma, CEPPS Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist, and Alyson Kozma, CEPPS Inclusion Specialist
RSVP to Alyson Kozma at [email protected]. Please note any requests for reasonable accommodations.