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Jo Hall

ANU
PhD student
Jo is now a part-time student and part-time evaluation consultant, having spent 30 years in international development, with NGOs and with Government, including 7 years with the Office of Development Effectiveness in the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. Jo is very interested in understanding how and why things work in a very practical way. Her interest in explanation, causality and theory-based evaluation includes realist evaluation and realist synthesis, to help answer the question of 'what works for whom in what circumstances and how?'
Jo has a broader and pragmatic interest in international development, how we can build partner country ownership of monitoring systems, the role of civil society, how to make evaluation more useful in informing policy and in credible alternatives to the prevailing trend of counterfactual-based causality.
Jo has consulted with the Asia Pacific Forum of National Human Rights Institutions, the Australian Government (DFAT and PM&C), New Zealand MFAT, and the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID). Work has ranged from undertaking evaluations, helping develop theories of change and monitoring frameworks, training in monitoring and evaluation, quality reviews and syntheses of evaluations and performance reports.

My Presenters Sessions

Monday, September 16
 

1:30pm AEST