Cross UK Evidence Exchange: What is Good Evidence?
Tuesday 1st of September 2015 Webinar 12:30pm - 1:30pm
The Evidence Exchange programme is hosting a webinar on the use of formal standards of evidence to effect change. We will focus on the examples from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland, to promote cross UK Evidence Exchange.
The webinar will provide an overview of standards of evidence and discuss what we can learn from differing approaches to using standards of evidence across the UK.
We are delighted to be joined by speakers who will give their experience of using evidence standards, particularly within the third sector. Stephen Bediako will present on the use of evidence standards in Project Oracle, Aongus O'Keeffe on Inspiring Impact in Northern Ireland and Steven Marwick, Director of Evaluation Support Scotland, will present on building the capacity of third sector organisations to engage with evidence.
The speakers will address questions such as how to generate buy-in from stakeholders including small charities and voluntary organisations and how we can experiment and innovate while still maintaining quality and buy-in from decision-makers.
The webinar is for charities and third sector organisations; commissioners and providers of public and charitable services seeking to understand greater evidence of impact; charity evaluators, consultants and analysts.
Sorry this event is now full. If you'd like to kept informed of similar events this year, please contact us: Alliance.4usefulevidence.org.uk
- Stephen Bediako, founder and Chief Executive of The Social Innovation Partnership
- Steven Marwick, Director of Evaluation Support Scotland
- Aongus O'Keeffe, Inspiring Impact, Northern Ireland
RT @nesta_uk: Me, my data and I: 9 projects helping us take control over personal data & paving the way for a fairer internet https://t.co/…(about 1 day ago)
(about 3 days ago)
RT @AnnetteBoaz: Brilliant What Works Now authors meet to discuss work in progress https://t.co/GttOE601Xk(about 4 days ago)
(about 8 days ago)
(about 9 days ago)