UNICEF, IOCE in drugi, 16 predavanj, program do poletja 2012, v angleščini, zastonj, prijava ni potrebna.

– Colin Kirk, Penny Hawkins: Evaluation to accelerate progress towards equitable development
– Belen Sanz, Flaminia Minelli, Human rights and Gender equality in evaluations
Marco Segone, Michael Bamberger: How to design, implement and use equity-focused evaluations
– Saville Kushner, Case study and equity in evaluation
– Bob Williams, Martin Reynolds, Systems thinking for equity-focused evaluations, 14 November 2011, 3:00 PM New York time
– Patricia Rogers, Richard Hummelbrunner, Program theories and LogFrames to evaluate pro-poor and equity programs, 22 November 2011, 4:00 PM New York time
– Michael Quinn Patton, Developmental Evaluation, 6 December 2011, 11:30 AM New York time
– Donna Mertens, Bagele Chilisa, Methodological guidance in evaluation for Social Justice (1) Indigenous approaches to evaluation (2) 24 January 2012, 9:30 AM New York time
– Jennifer Greene, Values-Engaged Evaluation, 15 February 2012, 1.00 PM New York time

– Rodney Hopson, Katrina Bledsoe, Cultural Responsiveness in Applied Research and Evaluation Settings, March 2012

– Bradley Cousins, Evaluations in marginalized communities influencing national policies. The case of Aboriginal communities in Canada March 2012

– Francisco Guzman, Evaluation of the ILO’s strategy to eliminate discrimination in employment and occupation, April 2012

– Juha Uitto, Oscar Garcia, Evaluating the contribution of UNDP to equity-focused public policies. The case of Brazil and China, April 2012

– Rosina Salerno, Evaluation of neglected illnesses in Latin America, May 2012

– Katherine Hay, Sanjeev Sridharan, A healthy discomfort? Development, equity and evaluation (1); Ten Questions that Evaluations of Health Equity Initiatives should answer (2), May 2012

– Rajesh Tandon, Sulley Gariba, Evaluation of pro-poor urban interventions, June 2012

– Julian Barr, Ken Chomitz, Evaluation of climate change interventions for excluded populations, June 2012