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The M&E Thursday Talk Webinars present,

M&E and Ethics in the Digital Age

Dear Colleagues,

This spring the M&E Thursday Talks on DME for Peace are hosting a webinar series on M&E and Ethics in the Digital Age.  We invite you to join us!

These discussions will dig deeply into how peace and development programs consider the pressing issues of safety, security, privacy, flexibility, and accessibility in an increasingly tech-enabled world.

Topics and Speakers

February 25, 2016

Thinking Through M&E in a Tech-Enabled World

Led by Linda Raftree and Michael Bamberger.

Past; Recording available here.


March 10, 2016

Digital Vulnerabilities and E-Security Tactics

Led by Rahel Dette, Research Associate at the Global Public Policy Institute

Past; Recording available here.


March 24, 2016

Collecting Data in Dangerous Contexts, Lessons from Burundi

Led by Britney Nemecek, Conflict Sensitivity Specialist at Search for Common Ground.

Past; Recording available here.


April 7, 2016

Remote Monitoring, Lessons from Democracy and Governance

Led by Kelly Skeith,  Senior Design, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist at Freedom House.

Learn more and register here!


April 21, 2016

Embracing Digital Citizenship, the Role of Peace and Development (I)NGOs

Led by Maliha Khan, previously Director of Learning, Evaluation and Accountability at Oxfam America and Director of Program Impact at CARE.

Register here!


April 28, 2016

Improving Data Rigor, What Still Needs to be Done?

Led by Gwendolyn Bevis, Technical Director, Governance and Conflict Practice Areas at Management Systems International (MSI) and Micah Frumkin, Technical Manager at MSI.

Register here!

All of the discussions will be recorded and available on DME for Peace within 48 hours of each webinar.

We hope to see you online!

   

Very best,

Ella Duncan, DME for Peace Project Manager

ABOUT DME for PEACE

DME for Peace is a global community of practitioners, evaluators, donors, and academics who share best and emerging practices on how to design, monitor, and evaluate peacebuilding programs. Through greater collaboration and transparency we hope to increase the effectiveness of the peacebuilding field. For more information, visit www.dmeforpeace.org.

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