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Actes de la 9e conférence AFD-EUDN 2012 : Conférences & Séminaires n° 5 | Evaluation and its Discontents: Do We Learn from Experience in Development?

L'ouvrage est téléchargeable sur le site de l'AFD en cliquant ici.

François BOURGUIGNON, Michael A. CLEMENS, James MIRRLEES, Jean-David NAUDET, Leonce NDIKUMANA, Jodi NELSON, Catherine PARADEISE, Ruerd RUBEN & Miguel SZÉKELY.

Actes de la conférence AFD-EUDN organisée le 26 mars 2012. Réunissant plus de 1 000 participants originaires de plus de trente pays, cette session pose la question cruciale : Apprenons-nous de l'expérience dans le champ du développement? Si tel est le cas, comment l'évaluation peut-elle contribuer à cet apprentissage, et comment se fait-il que nous soyons incapables de mettre ces expériences en pratique ?
En présentant diverses questions, réflexions et expériences de terrain, les intervenants montrent comment les méthodes et démarches évaluatives peuvent, sur le long terme, enrichir le processus d'apprentissage dans le domaine du développement. Parmi les acteurs de ce débat, figurent également Pierre Jacquet (AFD), Mamadou Diouf (université de Columbia) et Philippe Platteau (Université de Namur).  

The March 26 2012 conference gathered over 1,000 participants from more than thirty countries. It challenged a central issue: can we learn from experience in the field of development? If so, how can evaluation contribute and how is it that we seem unable to translate these experiences into practice?

The authors commented the extent to which evaluation methods and approaches can usefully support the learning process in development. They presented facts, questions and reflections to identify how evaluation could, in the long run, contribute to experience-based and better development strategies. Francois Bourguignon (Paris School of Economics), Pierre Jacquet (Agence Française de Développement), Mamadou Diouf (Columbia University) and Jean Philippe Platteau (University of Namur) also participated actively in the debates.

“URBAN REVITALIZATION OF MASS HOUSING” UN-Habitat International Competition Announcement

Voici une information pour nos membres qui sont impliqués dans l’enseignement et qui pourraient être intéressés par ce concours :


Mohamed El Sioufi, Coordinator, Housing and Slum Upgrading Branch; Coordinator, Global Housing Strategy, UN-HABITAT

"Dear colleague,

We are excited to announce UN-Habitat's new international competition on the "Urban Revitalization of Mass Housing". The competition is initiated by the Global Housing Strategy's campaign on "Placing Housing at the Centre" which seeks to address the challenges currently facing mass/social/public housing around the globe whilst introducing Academic Social Responsibility (ASR) and encouraging Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

The competition aims to render monolithic mass housing into more socially, economically and environmentally sustainable areas by integrating mixed uses, improving densities and mobility, and reducing their eco-footprint. The contest also strives to strengthen ties between academia, professionals, local authorities, the private sector and mass housing residents.

From 1 September 2013 to 31 January 2014, teams of university students and/or recent graduates are invited to innovate and compete for seven regional prizes to be awarded at the World Urban Forum in April 2014 in Medellin, Colombia. Schools of architecture and urban planning as well as other academic and research institutions are encouraged to include this competition as part of their curriculum and course work.

Ministries of Housing, local authorities, housing corporations and associations of mass housing residents as well as owners and managers of mass housing estates are invited to collaborate with competitors in order to receive as many innovative ideas as possible towards retrofitting these unsuitable housing environments.

The private sector, as part of CSR, is also invited to sponsor prizes which contribute towards the implementation of the inspiring and inventive concepts of local winners in their respective cities.

Through crowdsourcing, this online competition encourages regional and international exchanges of existing good practices as well as original and creative project solutions, concepts and policy implications developed by competitors to address challenges facing national mass housing estates today.

For more information and to express your interest in participating in the competition, please visit: http://www.urbangateway.org/content/international-competition-urban-revitalization-mass-housing

All the best,

Mohamed"

Mohamed El Sioufi,
Coordinator, Housing and Slum Upgrading Branch,
Coordinator, Global Housing Strategy
United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat)