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Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Advisor

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Location: Papua New Guinea

Organization: Care Australia

CARE is a leading international humanitarian aid organisation fighting global poverty, with a special focus on working with women and girls to bring lasting change to their communities.

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Webinar Highlights: #RightsAtRisk, the state of anti-rights organizing and our resistance

On Wednesday 15th November 2017, AWID as part of the Observatory on the Universality at Rights (OURs), hosted a webinar to discuss the state of anti-rights organizing and our collective resistance, based on the findings of Rights At Risk: The OURs Trends Report 2017.

Source: AWID

Webinar Highlights: #RightsAtRisk, the state of anti-rights organizing and our resistance

On Wednesday 15th November 2017, AWID as part of the Observatory on the Universality at Rights (OURs), hosted a webinar to discuss the state of anti-rights organizing and our collective resistance, based on the findings of Rights At Risk: The OURs Trends Report 2017.

Source: AWID

2016 AWID Forum - Evaluation Report

The AWID International Forum brings together feminist and women’s rights leaders and activists from diverse movements, development practitioners, and donors from around the world. This global convening consistently proves to be a critical space to collectively energize and shape the analyses, agendas and alliances that drive strategies to make gender justice and human rights lived realities.

2016 AWID Forum - Evaluation Report

The AWID International Forum brings together feminist and women’s rights leaders and activists from diverse movements, development practitioners, and donors from around the world. This global convening consistently proves to be a critical space to collectively energize and shape the analyses, agendas and alliances that drive strategies to make gender justice and human rights lived realities.

2016 AWID Forum - Evaluation Report

The AWID International Forum brings together feminist and women’s rights leaders and activists from diverse movements, development practitioners, and donors from around the world. This global convening consistently proves to be a critical space to collectively energize and shape the analyses, agendas and alliances that drive strategies to make gender justice and human rights lived realities.

Gender analysis resources

RinGs has published resources on what gender analysis is and practical examples of how it can be incorporated into health systems research, as well as how intersectionality can be used as a framework to understand and respond to health inequities. 

Tracking Impact: A Handbook for High Quality Data Collection

There is wide evidence that investing in women is good for countries’ economic growth and represents excellent return on vestment in social, educational and economic terms. 

Take the survey: Women Enabled International Mapping Project

Women Enabled International (WEI), with the support of a generous anonymous donor, launches this survey to develop a comprehensive mapping report of the field of advocates for the rights of women and girls with disabilities globally. 

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AWID’s Wiki on Monitoring and Evaluation

The aim of this Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Compendium in wiki format is to gain deeper insight into how different M&E frameworks, approaches, and tools have been used and adapted by women’s organizations to capture the complexity of changes in women’s rights and gender equality work.