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Engagement for the course Evaluating Public Programmes and Policies is ongoing

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Evaluating Public Programmes and Policies is a five-week intensive course that will equip you with foundational skills to evaluate the costs, benefits and impact of public programmes and policies. It will teach how to approach designing and implementing policies based on evidence and take data-informed decisions in selecting which policies and programmes to pursue. The course is suitable for professionals involved in and/or supervising the processes of policy development, implementation and evaluation, regardless of the specific policy area. No prior knowledge of the methods covered by the course is expected.

Apply by 12 September 2021 by filling out the application form: https://survey.ebrd.com/s/evaluatingpublicpolicies/ . Candidates are notified of the results of their application within one week of the application deadline.

Evaluating Public Programmes and Policies is open to civil servants from institutions receiving support through the Ukraine Reforms Architecture programme, as well as to the experts of Reform Support Teams and the Reforms Delivery Office. Applications are assessed based on the relevance of the course to the candidates' current role and their motivation.

The coursestarts on 23 September 2021 and contains from 9 Modules, 90 minutes each. The course consists of 9 classes, each 90 minutes long. Classes take place twice a weekю. Detailed programme attached.

This course is organized by the Reformers Hub, a knowledge and experience sharing initiative under the Ukraine Reforms Architecture programme (URA). URA is a comprehensive technical assistance programme deployed by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), in partnership with the European Union, to support critical reform processes in Ukraine. URA is financed from the Ukraine Stabilisation and Sustainable Growth Multi-Donor Account (MDA) managed by the EBRD. Contributors to the MDA are Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, the United States and the European Union, the largest donor.



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