Event Details

Post 2020: Hands on the programme template & intervention logic

Tuesday, 22 September, 2020 to Wednesday, 23 September, 2020
Online 14:00 – 16:15 CET

Following up on our last evaluation event in January, we would like to continue the discussion on topics related to evaluation post 2020: building the intervention logic including indicators and filling in this and other information into the Interreg programme (IP) template.

A sound intervention logic is the basis for a good start to evaluations in post 2020. That is why we will look into questions such as

  • How to establish the intervention logic?
  • How to define the right indicators?
  • What are the challenges of building an intervention logic?
  • What are lessons learned from the past?

On the first day, we will go through the whole template – chapter by chapter – and point out what you need to consider, when you are filling it in.

Throughout the event Dorota Witoldson (Unit D2 Interreg, Cross-Border Cooperation, internal borders, DG REGIO), a colleague from the Unit D1 (tbc), David Alba (Unit of Evaluation and European Semester, DG REGIO), and John Walsh (Unit of Evaluation and European Semester, DG REGIO) will be present.

The target group of the meeting are managers from Joint Secretariats and Managing Authorities involved in the preparation of the 2021-2027 programmes.

 

Preparation material for the upcoming event

You will find here the some preparation material for the upcoming event: recorded presentations and documents on the IP template as well as the Intervention Logic. We highly recommend you watch the videos and read the documents on the IP template and the intervention logic, since they cover the basic information, which will not be repeated in the event.

 

Day 1 Hand on the programme template

Commented IP template (see below): This is the most recent version of the IP template with essential comments how to fill out the template and with links to relevant background material.

‘How to fill in the IP template’: Together with Dorota Witoldson  (Unit D2 Interreg, Cross-Border Cooperation, internal borders, DG REGIO) we go through each chapter of the IP template and explain what to consider when filling in this template. Watch the video:

 

Day 2: Hands on Intervention Logic

Interview on Intervention Logic with David Alba and John Walsh (Evaluation and European Semester Unit in DG REGIO): Watch the video. This video was published in the Interact online course: Evaluation: what to consider for a good start to 2020+.

We recommend you to check out the chapter 4.2 of this course: How to build a good intervention logic

All draft Indicator fiches (P01-PO5, Interreg) are published in the Thematic Network ‘Result and Evaluation’.

 

Further background information:

Policy Objective 5

Interreg Specific Objective 1: A better Interreg governance 

Interreg Specific Objective 2: A safer and more secure Europe 

Recommendation for post 2020 in the field of evaluation (Video): David Alba and John Walsh (Evaluation and European Semester Unit, DG REGIO)

Evaluation: what to consider for a good start to 2020+: Key knowledge, insights and valuable best practices in four one-hour modules

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