Methods for monitoring and evaluating institutional change

  • 3 November 2021
  • 4 November 2021
  • 09:00-13:00 cet (Brussels time)
  • 09:00-12:30 cet (Brussels time)
  • Maria Sangiuliano
  • Claudia Schredl
Learning objectives
  • Raise awareness about the importance of monitoring and evaluation for successful GEP design and implementation
  • Provide definitions (coverage, purpose) of monitoring and evaluation
  • Provide an overview of the methods available for sustainable monitoring and evaluation and examples of their applications
  • Introduce the notions of program theory and setting objectives
  • Introduce the basic elements for developing logic models for evaluating gender equality measures
  • Enhance self-reflection and capacity for self-monitoring with focus on resistances
Who is it for?
  • Gender Equality Plan (GEP) team members at higher education institutions
  • Gender equality officers/Gender focal persons; Equality/Diversity officers
  • Persons engaged in gender equality work or GEP implementation at higher education institutions
  • Human resource / Statistic service officers with knowledge in gender institutional analysis
Training materials


Handouts_Part 1

Handouts_Part 2

Handouts_Part 3

Handouts_Part 4

Handouts_Part 5

Miro board_Part 1

Miro board_Part 2

Miro board_Part 3

Miro board_Part 4



Maria Sangiuliano



Claudia Schredl

Center of Excellence Women and Science at GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences | Scientific Associate

Claudia Schredl is a scientific associate at the Center of Excellence Women and Science at GESIS Leibniz Institute for the Social Sciences, Germany. Her research interests cover gender equality policy in science in the EU, gender-based violence and gender stereotypes in science as well as methods for evaluating institutional change. Within the framework of the Horizon 2020-funded project “Gender Equality in Engineering through Communication and Commitment” (GEECCO) she developed five online tutorials for sustainably building up evaluative steering capacities in higher education institutions. Claudia is also a doctoral candidate at the Paderborn University, Department of Sociology, writing her dissertation on ``The Pitfalls of Essentialism for Gender Equality Measures in STEM Universities``.