Methods for monitoring and evaluating institutional change [2021-11-03]


3 November 2021


within 2 days




7 h 30 min

Learning Objectives

  • Raise awareness about the importance of monitoring and evaluation for successful GEP design and implementation
  • Provide definitions (coverage, purpose) of monitoring and evaluation
  • Provide an overview of the methods available for sustainable monitoring and evaluation and examples of their applications
  • Introduce the notions of program theory and setting objectives
  • Introduce the basic elements for developing logic models for evaluating gender equality measures
  • Enhance self-reflection and capacity for self-monitoring with focus on resistances


Target Group

  • Gender Equality Plan (GEP) team members at higher education institutions
  • Gender equality officers/Gender focal persons; Equality/Diversity officers
  • Persons engaged in gender equality work or GEP implementation at higher education institutions
  • Human resource / Statistic service officers with knowledge in gender institutional analysis




Claudia Schredl

Scientific Associate, GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences

Maria Sangiuliano

Research Director and CEO, Smart Venice

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