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Norms for Evaluation in the UN System


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Title: Norms for Evaluation in the UN System
Type: Norms & Standards
Date: 2005/04
Updated Date: 23 Feb 2012
Tags: Approaches and Methods, Articles and papers, Normative, Professionalisation

The norms seek to facilitate system-wide collaboration on evaluation by ensuring that evaluation entities within the UN follow agreed-upon basic principles. They provide a reference for strengthening, professionalizing and improving the quality of evaluation in all entities of the United Nations system.
The norms are consistent with other main sources and reflect the singularity of the United Nations system, characterized by its focus on people and respect for their rights, the importance of international values and principles, universality and neutrality, its multiple stakeholders, its needs for global governance, its multidisciplinarity, and its complex accountability system. Last but not least, there is the challenge of international cooperation embedded in the Millennium Declaration and Development Goals.

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