Once You Integrate Gender-Based Analysis into Evaluation, “it’s hard to unsee”

Canadian Jane Whynot, a program co-chair of the AEA’s Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG, has posted a bracing blog on the methods for and benefits of integrating gender-based analysis in the evaluation process.  Doing so changes stakeholders’ perceptions.  In fact, Whynot writes, using GBA+ makes it “hard to unsee” gender issues and implications for action.  She also refers evaluation professionals to a toolkit by Carleton University professor Janet Siltanen on using quantitative and qualitative methods to research intersectionality.  To read her blog, click here