In an era of limited resources and quality-driven reform, it is crucial to know how policies and service interventions are working. This is just as important to equity, and an important part of equity strategy must be evaluating what initiatives are most effective in reducing barriers and enhancing services for the most vulnerable. I presented to a workshop on this challenge.
Wellesley partnered with the Paloma Foundation to develop resources for participatory evaluation.
These notes set out a framework to ground equity-focused evaluation.