Peer Review für die Evaluierung des Menschenrechtsansatzes in der OEZA
The Peer Review is supposed to enhance the methodological quality of the "Strategic Evaluation of ADC's Human Rights-Based Approach"
- Supporting evaluation management in developing a suitable evaluation and technical approach at the outset of the evaluation
- Contributing to the quality assurance of the strategic evaluations
- Supporting the evaluation team in applying rigorous evaluation methods which are up to date
- Ensure the consideration of contemporary developments and discourses in the human rights field
The target Group of this peer review is a) ADA's Evaluation Unit (3 People) and b) the Evaluation Team who are conducting the strategic Evaluations (2-3 people).
The Peer Reviewer contributes to the quality of strategic evaluations by commenting in written form on the ToR of the evaluation, the suggested evaluation approach, as well as the draft reports (inception and evaluation reports) and data collection tools. Furthermore she/he will discuss and provide a written input to ADC’s After Action Review exercise in which the lessons learned from the evaluations process will be shared.
Peer Review is an internationally established tool in development cooperation to ensure quality and enhance learning. Other bilateral development cooperation actors integrate elements of peer review
into their strategic and programmatic Evaluations.