Evaluation of Programme Work Methods of The Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Mar 14

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This evaluation of the Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (RWI)’s work methods was commissioned by Sida and carried out during September to December 2017. The rationale and purpose was a shared desire by Sida and RWI to critically review the overall work methods RWI apply in its international partner-based programmes and projects, in order to improve conditions for positive results from international programmatic activity aimed at institutional human rights capacity development.

For both stakeholders, the purpose of the evaluation focused on learning, to improve conditions for positive results from international programmatic activity aimed at institutional human rights capacity development.

The evaluation focused on RWI's work methods used in programmes related to three key areas: human rights education; gender mainstreaming; and working in difficult human rights environments. The evaluation analysed the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of RWI’s approach. The evaluation had a global scope, and findings, conclusions and recommendations were informed by four case studies relevant to the methods in the three areas. Sthlm Policy Group carried out interviews in Turkey and Zimbabwe. Programmes in Belarus and South East Asia were also included in the evaluation.

The evaluation drew concrete conclusions and provided action-oriented recommendations that RWI could apply globally. These aimed also to feed into the preparation of new programme proposals and RWI’s continued strategic and organisational development. Similarly, Sida’s country/region teams can use the conclusions and recommendations in dialogue with RWI on their programmes.

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