Social Impact’s Evidence for Impact Webinar Series shines a spotlight on examples and innovations in generating and using evidence to improve program outcomes. It features program leaders and researchers who exchange ideas, experiences, and resources on how to make faster and more effective use of evidence and learning to drive programming and policy decisions.

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Developmental Evaluation: What is Fundamental and What is Flexible?
Social Impact conducted the “Developmental Evaluation: What is Fundamental and What is Flexible?” webinar on Tuesday, May 31st to explore the essential principles of developmental evaluation (DE) and how funders adapt them to generate and use evidence. As DE gains traction, organizations are taking advantage of its flexibility to suit their contexts and needs. But how much flexibility is too much and what is really essential? 
Evidence for Impact: Using Evidence and Learning to Shine a Light on Modern Slavery – Participatory Evaluation Techniques
On Monday, May 16th, Social Impact hosted the first Evidence for Impact webinar titled Using Evidence and Learning to Shine a Light on Modern Slavery – Participatory Evaluation Techniques to create a space to unpack and exchange ideas on how participatory methods for evidence-gathering can contribute to faster and more effective use of learning in counter-trafficking in persons (CTIP) activities.