DIONE is going to be presented in the context of the upcoming European Evaluation Helpdesk ‘Good Practice Workshop: ‘New tools for monitoring and evaluation: insights from the Evaluation Knowledge Bank’ that will take place on 20th-21st October 2021. (Online).
DIONE partner ICCS is delighted to provide an overview presentation about the project and its technical developments whilst further technical details of the DIONE toolbox components will be provided by consortium partners (SINERGISE, I-BEC, CORE, GILAB). Additionally, live demonstrations of some of the project’s tools will take place during the thematic group discussions.
ABOUT THE EVENT
The Evaluation Helpdesk has put data management at the centre of its agenda in 2021 through its good practice workshops and its thematic working group, 'Taking stock of the EU-level initiatives and projects for improving data-management and information systems for the purpose of monitoring and evaluation'. The results of these activities have been an Evaluation Knowledge Bank which provides valuable insights into various outputs developed in initiatives and projects at the EU and Member State levels concerning data infrastructures and data use. The Evaluation Knowledge Bank further proposes a quick guide on potential use, showing how these outputs could be used for monitoring and evaluation of the CAP.
This Good Practice Workshop (GPW) will promote, share and communicate the results of some of these research projects that are relevant for the evaluation of the CAP. It will also complement the previous Good Practice Workshop 16, which already presented some of these projects. More specifically it will aim to:
• Present those research project's outputs that have already produced practical and transferable results that can be used for evaluations at the Member State level.
• Address some of the evaluation needs concerning data collection and usage.
• Discuss specific issues that can facilitate or hamper the incorporation/transfer of identified (data collection, management and monitoring) outputs into evaluations at the Member State level.
The workshop will be an opportunity to bring together evaluation practitioners like Managing Authorities, Paying Agencies, evaluators, researchers and other evaluation stakeholders in the Member States as well as EU-level evaluation experts and researchers to discuss, share concerns and exchange experiences.