Professor Georges MINK, Permanent Professor in the European Civilization Chair at the College of Europe in Natolin, was invited to participate in the "1980 - The Solidarity Moment" conference at the...
Towards effective Monitoring and Evaluation for EU-funded projects
3-5 June 2024 / Bruges, Belgium
This specialised and practical training programme introduces the purpose of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) and useful practices; providing participants with an in-depth understanding of the main principles and techniques of monitoring and evaluation of EU-funded projects.
The programme includes an overview of the main procedures for effective M&E, as well as its main actors. It provides a broad understanding of M&E processes in relation to the project life cycle. The course largely uses examples from EU external cooperation; however, the emphasis is on understanding concepts and tools that can be applicable in projects from a wide variety of donors and institutions.
The course combines different learning approaches:
- Interactive training sessions introducing the main principles of Monitoring and Evaluation;
- Case studies designed to develop essential skills (based on examples of EU external cooperation projects);
- Practical group and individual practical exercises to consolidate knowledge and encourage discussion;
- Debates and discussions to promote the exchange of experiences with trainers and other participants.
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