Autres sociétés d'évaluation

Sociétés européennes d’évaluation

Association pour le développement de l’évaluation en Roumanie – Asociația pentru Dezvoltarea Evaluării în România (ADER)

European Evaluation Society

Plateforme autrichienne d’évaluation des politiques de recherche et de technologies – Austrian Platform for Research and Technology Policy Evaluation 

Plateforme flamande d’évaluation– Vlaams Evaluatieplatform (VEP)

Réseau irlandais d’évaluation – Irish Evaluation Network (EQI)

Société albanaise d’évaluation de programme – Albanian Society for Program Evaluation (EVALBANIA)

Société allemande de l’évaluation – Gesellschaft für Evaluation (DeGEval)

Société anglaise de l’évaluation – UK Evaluation Society (UKES)

Société bosno-herzégovienne d‘évaluation – Evaluation Society in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BHeval)

Société danoise de l’évaluation – Dansk Evalueringsselskab (DES)

Société espagnole de l’évaluation – Sociedad Española de Evaluación de Políticas Públicas

Société finnoise d‘évaluation – Suomen Arviointiyhdistys  (SAY-FES)

Société française de l’évaluation

Société italienne de l‘évaluationAssociazione Italiana di Valutazione (AIV)

Société norvégienne de l’évaluationNorsk Evalueringsforeing

Société polonaise de l’évaluationPolskie Towarzystwo Ewaluacyjne (PTE)

Société roumaine de l’évaluationRomanian Evaluation Association (EVALROM)

Société slovaque de l’évaluationSlovenská Evaluačná Spoločnosť (SES)

Société slovène de l’évaluation – Slovenskega društva evalvatorjev (SDEVAL)

Société suédoise de l’évaluationSvenska Utvärderingsföreningen (SVUF)

Société suisse d’évaluation (SEVAL)

Société tchèque d’évaluationČeská evaluační společnost

Société ukrainienne d’évaluation – Ukrainian Evaluation Association (UEA)

Société Wallonne de l’Evaluation et de la Prospective (SWEP)

Réseau d’évaluateurs des Balkans de l’OuestWestern Balkans Evaluators Network

 

Quelques autres sociétés et réseaux d’évaluation

American Evaluation Society

The American Evaluation Association is a professional association of evaluators devoted to the application and exploration of program evaluation, personnel evaluation, technology, and many other forms of evaluation. Evaluation involves assessing the strengths and weaknesses of programs, policies, personnel, products, and organizations to improve their effectiveness. AEA has approximately 7100 members representing all 50 states in the United States as well as over 60 foreign countries.

 

Australasian Evaluation Society

The Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) is a member based organisation which exists to improve the theory, practice and use of evaluation in Australasia for people involved in evaluation including evaluation practitioners, managers, teachers and students of evaluation, and other interested individuals.

Members represent diverse areas of evaluation practice and sectors and meet regularly through regional networks and Special Interest Groups. The AES offers professional development through an annual international conference and regular workshops and seminars.

 

EvalGender+

EvalPartners a lancé un nouveau réseau « EvalGender+ » pendant le Forum Global de l'Evaluation à Katmandu le 25 Novembre 2015. Le RFE a fortement soutenu cette initiative et pour assurer la promotion des évaluations axées sur l'équité et le genre, le RFE a mis en place un sous-groupe francophone dans la communauté de pratique « EvalGender+ ».

La communauté de pratique « EvalGender+Francophone »  vise à renforcer le réseautage et soutenir le développement de l'expertise francophone sur les thématiques d'évaluations axées sur l'équité et le genre. Elle permettra d'apprendre les uns et des autres mais également d'échanger sur les opportunités dans le monde francophone en plus d'être connecté à la communauté globale en évaluation.

Pour s'inscrire à « EvalGender+Francophone », vous devez vous inscrire au niveau du réseau global EvalGender+ au travers du lien http://gendereval.ning.com/

La SOLEP est membre de ce réseau.

 

EvalPartners (IOCE)

The International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE)1 and UNICEF, in partnership with several major organizations, launched an innovative partnership to enhance the capacities of Civil Society Organizations (CSO) to influence policy makers, public opinion and other key stakeholders so that public policies are based on evidence, and incorporate considerations of equity and effectiveness. The objective of the Initiative is to enhance the capacities of CSOs to engage in a strategic and meaningful manner in national evaluation processes, contributing to improved country-led evaluation systems and policies that are equity-focused and gender equality responsive.

 

International Association for Impact Assessment (IAIA)

IAIA is the International Association for Impact Assessment, the leading global network on best practice in the use of impact assessment for informed decision making regarding policies, programs, plans and projects.

IAIA was organized in 1980 to bring together researchers, practitioners, and users of various types of impact assessment from all parts of the world. Its members, numbering over 1700 from 120 nations, represent many disciplines and professions. Available resources include a quarterly professional journal, downloadable publications, training options, and much more.

 

International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS)

The International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS) was inaugurated in September 2002: there was a need for a professional association providing a home for internationally active development evaluators all over the world. Over the years, much changed in the global evaluation community. Within a renovated and vibrant context, IDEAS positions itself as the only global professional evaluation association which focuses on international sustainable development, while deeply involved in promoting the profession, fostering capacity development and the improvement and advance of theories, methods and use of evidence.

 

International Organization for Collaborative Outcome Management

IOCOM is a web-based organization of professionals, academia and an alliance of international and national organizations (associations, societies and networks engaged in the discipline of outcome management and development).

 

International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE)

The International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation is an international partnership of national and regional evaluation associations that provides leadership in evaluation worldwide by encouraging demand for evaluation, and supporting organizational capacity for evaluation associations. The IOCE facilitates sharing ideas across the global evaluation community, promotes good governance of evaluation associations, and champions the recognition of the value and contributions of evaluation to improve the lives of people. It is committed to cultural diversity, inclusiveness and bringing different evaluation traditions together in respect of that diversity.

 

Réseau Francophone de l’Evaluation

Fondé en 2008, le Réseau Francophone de l’Evaluation vise à développer entre les sociétés et réseaux francophones de l’évaluation une coopération active sur toutes les formes, constituer un corpus théorique et technique accessible en langue française et consolider l’offre francophone d’évaluation des politiques publiques.

 

Société Africaine d’Evaluation (Afrea)

African Evaluation Association (AfrEA) was founded in 1999, in response to Africa’s growing appeal for advocacy , information sharing and advanced capacity building in evaluation.  The organisation’s chief  focus was to counter  limited evaluation opportunities by building strategic bridges for African evaluators to connect, network and share experiences.

AfrEA established itself as a non-profit umbrella organisation- registered in Accra, Ghana in 2009- as a key,  legitimate partner in African development, joining the efforts of governments and other international partners to develop a strong African evaluation community.

 

Société Canadienne d’Evaluation

The CES was first incorporated in May, 1981. Today the CES has approximately 1,800 members. It is an active force in the world of evaluation.