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IDS Evidence Report 139

Event Report: Right or Wrong? What Values Inform Modern Impact Evaluation?

Published on 1 June 2015

This workshop was supported by the Institute of Development Studies’ (IDS’) Department for International Development (DFID) Accountable Grant, with a view to start a dialogue around the use and application of ethics in impact evaluation.

The event was hosted by the Centre for Development Impact (CDI), a joint initiative between IDS, Itad and the University of East Anglia (UEA). Its objective was to open up the debate on ethics and explore how it can become more relevant to the field of impact evaluation. This follows on from an earlier framing event held at IDS in July 2014: Framing Ethics in Impact Evaluation: Where Are We and Which Route Should We Take?

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Munslow, T. and Barnett, C. (2015) Event Report: Right or Wrong? What Values Inform Modern Impact Evaluation?, IDS Evidence Report 139, Brighton: IDS

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Chris Barnett

Honorary Associate

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Munslow, T. and Barnett, C.
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IDS Evidence Report, issue 139
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