New UN Women online training: How to manage gender-responsive evaluation

This new UN Women eLearning course has 9 modules that aim to support those initiating, managing and/or using gender-responsive evaluations by providing direction, advice and tools for every step in the evaluation process: planning, preparation, conduct, reporting, evaluation use and follow up. The course is intended to complement the UN Women Evaluation Handbook, a practical handbook to help those initiating, >> Read more

Registration open for e-learning course on development evaluation and gender

UN Women Independent Evaluation Office, Claremont Graduate University and IOCE, within the EvalPartners initiative, with support from The Rockefeller Foundation and in partnership with UNEG, OECD/DAC EvalNet, ALNAP, UNICEF, ReLAC, IPEN and EvalMena, have announced the opening of the registration for the second 2015 cohort of the introductory e-Learning programme on Development Evaluation. which will close on  17 September 2015.  Read details at http://gendereval.ning.com/profiles/blogs/register-now-to-e-learning-on-development-evaluation?xg_source=activity

Gender-sensitive governance e-course offered February-March 2015

This free web-based course provides participants with a general grounding in the current concepts of governance from a gender perspective and offers some examples and resources for applying these within key governance institutions, with a focus on governments. Note - this is the third in-take for this course. Previous sessions were run in September and >> Read more

New online course on gender-sensitive governance: what does it look like and how can we work towards it?’

This free web-based course offered by BRIDGE, Institute of Development Studies, and the Gender Hub provides participants with a general grounding in the current concepts of governance from a gender perspective and offers some examples and resources for applying these within key governance institutions, with a focus on governments. Course objectives: Why does gender matter for governance? How >> Read more

New gender and food security online course from FAO

FAO has launched a new e-learning course to help policy-makers and agricultural planners develop gender-responsive policies and programmes for food and nutrition security. The total curriculum consists of 14 lessons, ranging from approximately 10 to 80 minutes duration, and takes 13 hours to complete in its entirety.