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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.