The 13th Event of the Vienna Evaluation Network took place on Thursday, February 20, 2020, 4-5.30pm
Topic: Meta-Evaluation: What is it, what is it good for, and how can it be done?
by guest speaker Thomas Vogel (HORIZONT3000)
View or download foto protocoll (PDF): VEN_MetaEvaluation_Vogel_FotoProtokoll
Thomas Vogel is currently working on a masters thesis on meta-evaluation. In this talk, he will elaborate on different possible ways to conceive Meta-Evaluation and give insights on how Meta-Evaluations can be realized and used to their maximum potential.
Thomas Vogel is a trained electrician and holds a diploma in public administration with focus on international relations. He has been studying and working in the field of international development for almost 30 years. Heading the programme department of HORIZONT3000 since 2008, quality and ethics in development co-operation range among his central concerns. Beyond his main occupation, he also works as indepedent consultant, evaluator, trainer and author.
WHEN: Thursday, February 20, 2019, 4-5.30pm
WHERE: The venue is Berggasse 17, the third-floor conference room of the European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research. Please cross the courtyard to find the entrance left in front of you.
VEN events generally start with a presentation by the guest speaker. Thereafter, the participants have time to ask questions, discuss the topic, and exchange experiences, followed by informal networking and conversations.