Webinar: What is Good Evidence?
Tuesday 8th of December 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm
This is a past event. You can view a recording of the webinar below.
The Evidence Exchange programme is hosting a second webinar on the use of formal standards of evidence to effect change.
The webinar will seek to improve people’s confidence to demand and use good quality evidence by: making the case for the use of evidence; providing information on tools that can assist in deciding when evidence is good enough; highlighting examples of where third sector organisations have successfully used these tools .
We are delighted to be joined by speakers who will give their experience of developing and using evidence standards. The speakers, from "Dartington Social Research Unit" and "Bond", will provide an overview of standards of evidence: examining evidence principles as well as hierarchies. Speakers will highlight how the third sector can use these standards, mindful of the need for proportionate evidence of a good standard
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.
- Dr Louise Morpeth Dartington Social Research Unit
- Michael O'Donnell Bond for International Development
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