AFTER COVID-19: A ‘NEW NORMAL’ FOR MONITORING, EVALUATION, RESEARCH AND LEARNING?
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly shifted the context in which aid and development is being delivered. This presents an opportunity for aid actors to promote more locally-led, politically-informed and adaptive forms of Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Learning (MERL) which can help make sense of the complex and uncertain contexts in which much development work takes place.
What does locally-led, politically-informed and adaptive MERL look like? How can it be applied in practice? And how can those within the aid industry help promote a shift in approaches to MERL?
On Thursday 9 July 2020 at 12.00pm – 2.00pm AEST, join speakers from across Australia and the Pacific in an online panel discussion to discuss the possibilities for a ‘new normal’ for MERL and what this looks like in practice.
See flyer for more details. Register here.