The Global Evidence and Implementation Summit will bring together a range of social impact sectors—including the non-profit sector—to discuss how evidence can be better used to improve programs, policies and practices and create stronger communities worldwide.
The summit will deliver the latest evidence synthesis and implementation research and practice strategies for improving the lives of individuals, families and communities. For not-profits, using evidence more effectively means delivering stronger results for your beneficiaries and donors.
This global summit will bring together more than 600 delegates from 30 countries. It will be an invaluable learning and networking opportunity for funding and implementing agencies, policy makers, practitioners, knowledge brokers and researchers.
Summit themes include:
– Understanding what works
– Achieving scale and sustainability
– Methods for impact and implementation evaluation and synthesis
– Using evidence for better policy, programs and practice
– National and global cooperation and partnerships
GEIS 2018 is being co-hosted by the Campbell Collaboration and the Centre for Evidence and Implementation. The summit combines their two prominent conferences: the 4th Australasian Implementation Conference and the What Works Global Summit 2018.
Key speaker: Caroline Fiennes is the Director of Giving Evidence, an organisation that promotes charitable giving based on sound evidence. She has called for greater scrutiny of donors operating in the charitable sector and is a strong advocate of a ‘science of philanthropy’.
Register before 26 August to secure your early-bird discount!
Summit website: www.geis2018.org