Adapting Evaluations in times of crises: lessons learnt

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Evaluation uncertainty

Bob Picciotto has explored how incorporating complexity in evaluation can meet the challenges of global pandemics, growing inequities and existential environmental risks

Panel discussion in the annual conference of the Czech Evaluation Society “Approach to People and Data”: Quo vadis evaluations? A new vision for evaluation in turbulent and online times – cooperation for transformational change (follow-up to Prague Declaration, 2019).