|Join the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund) for a virtual brownbag event to present findings by the evaluators of a recently completed Cluster Evaluation of three UN Trust Fund projects in North Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia on Wednesday 23 September at 8:30am EDT. The event will bring together Civil Society Organizations, Global Partners and UN staff to engage with the learning from the Cluster Evaluation.
|The Virtual Brownbag Event on the Cluster Evaluation of
three UN Trust Fund projects in Europe and Central Asia
will take place on 23 September 2020
from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. EDT (New York time).
|Registration: Please register for the event by 22 September 2020 by clicking here or clicking the image below.This 90-minute webinar will present findings from the independent, external evaluation* including:On effectiveness, impact and lessons learned, as well as key insights related to campaigns and advocacy for ending violence against women and girls;On how COVID-19 challenges the sustainability of project results;And share ethical considerations for remote-based data collection in the context of COVID-19.The UN Trust Fund harvests, analyzes and disseminates lessons from the projects it funds in order to build a stronger knowledge base for scaling up global efforts to eliminate violence against women and girls. This Virtual Brownbag Event forms part of continuous efforts to share new evaluation learning—with partners and practitioners— as well as to share a diversity of content and practice-based knowledge from civil society organizations funded by the UN Trust Fund.*Please note that the views and findings of the evaluation to be presented are those exclusively of the evaluator’s, rather than those of the UN Trust Fund.