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REPORTS & EQAs

External Quality Assessment of UNODC Evaluation Reports 2021: Synthesis Report

UNODC Work on Drug Dependence and Treatment (GLOK32, GLOK42 and GLOJ71): Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief (2-pager)

Strengthening the Legal Regime against Terrorism (GLOR35): Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief (2-pager)

UNODC Programming in West and Central Asia: Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief (2-pager); Annexes;  Programmatic Assessments: Country Programme for Afghanistan; Country Programme for Pakistan; Country Partnership Programme in the Islamic Republic of Iran; Programme for Central Asia; and, Regional Programme for Afghanistan and Neighbouring Countries.

 

 

 

 

 

KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTS

Joint system-wide meta-synthesis of work under the UN Global Counter Terrorism Strategy: Report; Brief (2-pager)

UNODC Crime Prevention Meta-Synthesis: Report; Brief (2-pager) 

Meta-synthesis of all UNODC evaluations 2017-2018: Report; Info-graphic (2-pager)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEB STORIES

May 2022: REVISED UNODC EVALUATION POLICY AND NEW STREAMLINED EVALUATION PROCESS

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The UNODC Evaluation Policy has been revised. It now fully aligns with the Administrative Instruction on Evaluation in the UN Secretariat (ST/AI/2021/3) and the UNODC Strategy 2021-2025, which emphasize the importance of evaluation planning and use of evaluation results.  

Linked to the revised UNODC Evaluation Policy is also a new and streamlined process for Independent Project Evaluations and new related templates and guidelines for Independent Project Evaluations have been developed by the Independent Evaluation Section (IES).

May 2022: EVALUATION CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT: INNOVATIVE PILOT ACTIVITY IN MEXICO

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The Independent Evaluation Section (IES) has since 2020 put its focus on strengthening the capacity of UNODC staff for planning, implementing and using evaluations. One example of IES' related efforts is a fruitful pilot collaboration between IES and UNODC's Liaison and Partnership Office in Mexico (LPOMEX), including IES' support to ongoing evaluations and a pilot delivery of newly designed evaluation capacity development modules.  See IES  work on Evaluation Capacity Development. 

May 2021: INDEPENDENT EVALUATIONS DURING COVID-19: UNODC's GLOBAL PROGRAMME FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DOHA DECLARATION: SUCCESSFUL SIDE EVENT AT THE COMMISSION ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CCPCJ). 

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The Independent Evaluation Section (IES) held an on-line CCPCJ side-event, organized with the support of the Programme Management, with a focus on the In-depth Evaluation of the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration.  See Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief.   

April 2021: INDEPENDENT EVALUATION RESULTS OF UNODC WORK IN WEST AND CENTRAL ASIA: SUCCESSFUL SIDE EVENT AT THE COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS (CND). 

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The Independent Evaluation Section (IES) held an on-line CND side-event, organized in collaboration with Programme Management, with a focus on the In-Depth Evaluation of UNODC's work in West and Central Asia. See Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief. 

March 2021: EVALUATION FOR CRIME PREVENTION STRATEGIES: SUCCESSFUL WORKSHOP ON EVIDENCE-BASED CRIME PREVENTION AT 14TH CRIME CONGRESS IN KYOTO. 

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The Independent Evaluation Section (IES) held a workshop at the 14th UN Congress on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (Crime Congress) in Kyoto, in cooperation with UNODC's Research and Trend Analysis Branch, with a focus on Evidence-based Crime Prevention.

November 2020: EVALUATION OF THE GLOBAL PROGRAMME GLOZ82 FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE DOHA DECLARATION: TOWARDS THE PROMOTION OF A CULTURE OF LAWFULNESS. 

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Due to COVID-19, the Independent Evaluation Section (IES), has invested in enhanced evaluation methods and innovative solutions. One best practice is the In-depth Evaluation of the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration. See Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief

October 2020: EVALUATION IN THE TIME OF COVID-19.  

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The COVID-19 pandemic is increasing risks and changing environments related to UNODC´s mandated areas of work. This means that the need for effective evaluation is as important as ever. See Evaluation and COVID-19

April 2020: EVALUATION OF GLOT60 - SUPPORT TO THE WORK OF THE CONFERENCE OF THE PARTIES TO THE UN CONVENTION AGAINST TRANSNATIONAL ORGANIZED CRIME: WORKSHOP TO DEVELOP A THEORY OF CHANGE FOR SUCCESSOR PROGRAMME.   

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The results of the Final Evaluation of the Global Project GLOT60 were presented in a workshop, with an aim to develop a Theory of Change for the follow-up initiative. See Evaluation Report; Evaluation Brief.

March 2020: THE ROLE OF NATIONAL MONITORING AND EVALUATION SYSTEMS IN POLICY AND PROGRAMMING FOR DRUG PREVENTION AND HIV/AIDS: SUCCESSFUL SIDE EVENT AT THE COMMISSION ON NARCOTIC DRUGS (CND)

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The Independent Evaluation Section (IES), organized a CND side-event, co-sponsored by UNODC's Drug Prevention & Health Branch, with a focus on lessons learned and challenges in national monitoring and evaluation systems.

May 2019: INNOVATIVE UNODC MODEL OF PARTNERSHIP WITH THE KINGDOM OF MOROCCO ON NATIONAL EVALUATION CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT: SUCCESSFUL SIDE EVENT AT THE COMMISSION ON CRIME PREVENTION AND CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CCPCJ) AND WORKSHOP

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The Independent Evaluation Section (IES) implemented a pilot initiative in building national evaluation capacity in the Kingdom of Morocco, inviting to an innovative workshop and form part of the panel at a CCPCJ side-event. See IES work on National Evaluation Capacity Development.