Evaluation Week 2016 was inaugurated on May 23 , demonstrating the government’s commitment to promoting evaluation to ensure transparency and accountability and to achieve results that improve public policies and programs.
Evaluation Week involves the public sector, civil society and the academic community so that public policy decision-makers, academics and civil society can share approaches, strategies, methodologies, experiences and results about assessment practices in order to strengthen their capacities in this area and promote the use of evaluation in designing public policies.
This year, from May 23-27, 44 national and international institutions will hold more than 90 activities in 13 states, including roundtables, conferences, panels, presentations, workshops and forums.
Evaluation Week was organized jointly by its host institutions: the Center for Learning on Evaluation and Results (CLEAR), the Center for Economic Research and Teaching (CIDE), the Finance Ministry (SHCP), the National Council for Evaluation of Social Development Policy (CONEVAL), the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID) and J-PAL Latin America and the Caribbean.
The main activities include:
• International Seminar on Empirical Studies on the Use of Evaluation (CLEAR-CIDE, May 23-24)
• Seminar on Public Policies for Early Childhood Development (CIDE CLEAR- May 25)
• Dialogue on experiences in evaluating public policies and international cooperation in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals (AMEXCID, May 25)
• “Citizen Satisfaction and the Delivery of Government Goods and Services: Experiences and Crowdsourcing Proposals" (SHCP, May 26)
• Roundtables on "Evaluating Federal Expenditures: Towards a Shared Agenda" (SHCP, May 26)
• Seminar on "RBB-SED (Results-based budgeting and performance management) in Subnational Governments" (SHCP, May 27, closed to the press).