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Evaluation in times of COVID-19 in the Global South IV 
Convenor:
Anis Ben brik (Hamad Bin Khalifa University)
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Stream:
Global methodologies
Format:
Papers Synchronous
Sessions:
Friday 2 July, 14:15-16:00 (UTC+1)

Short Abstract:

This panel will provide a space for dialogue and discussion on the implications of the COVID 19 pandemic on the field of evaluation in the global south to address the ethical, conceptual, and methodological challenges that are affecting evaluation work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Long Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic is rapidly transforming the field of evaluation. Governments, organizations, and evaluators are facing enormous challenges such as increasing complex dynamics systems, uncertainties, turbulence, lack of control, and nonlinearities. As we move towards the post-COVID-19 phase in many countries, governments, international NGOs, evaluators, and international organizations need to transform themselves and rethink the field of evaluation.

This panel will provide a space for dialogue and discussion on the implications of the COVID 19 pandemic on the field of evaluation in the global south: discuss where we are and what it means.

Original contributions will be encouraged from diverse disciplines and methodologies to address the ethical, conceptual, and methodological challenges that are affecting evaluation work during the COVID-19 pandemic. Theoretical and/or empirical contributions with a comparative and regional perspective are equally encouraged. Papers can focus on a single country case or propose cross-country analyses.

Accepted papers: