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Eval13: Multipaper Session 6 - Developing a Shared Understanding of Broadening Participation Research

Presentation at AEA 2013 - Multipaper Session 6; Session Title: Evaluation Design Considerations for Vulnerable Populations; Sponsored by the Disabilities and Other Vulnerable Populations; Wednesday, Oct 16, 4:30 PM to 6:00 PM #BroadeningParticipationResearch #2013Conference #DisabilitiesandOtherVulnerablePopulations

2013-10-16_RDESP BPR AEA presentation FINAL.pdf


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Eval13: Multipaper Session 476 - Synthesis Project Utilizing Citation Analysis to Document Decade of Program Impact

AEA Conference 2013; Multipaper Session 476; Session Title: Methods for the Evaluation of Vulnerable Populations; Sponsored by the Assessment in Higher Education TIG; Friday, Oct 18, 11:00 AM to 11:45 AM #synthesis #AssessmentinHigherEducation #2013Conference

2013-09-26_RDESP Citation AEA presentation FINAL.pdf


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Webinar Handout - Using Universal Design To Make Your Evaluation More Accessible To People With Disabilities and Other Vulnerable Populations

In this session, Jennifer Sullivan Sulewski of the Institute for Community Inclusion (University of Massachusetts Boston) will provide some tips and tricks that evaluators can use to better include people with disabilities and other vulnerable populations (such as low literate or English language learners) in their work

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2016 AEA New Approaches to the Design and Evaluation of Global Programs to End Modern Slavery: Establishing an Evidence Base and Understanding What Works

Three presentations to AEA 2016 Conference (Session ID: 2280) - New Approaches to the Design and Evaluation of Global Programs to End Modern Slavery: Establishing an Evidence Base and Understanding What Works #SocialImpact #Eval2016 #HumanRights #AEA2016Conference #FreetheSlaves ...

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Focus Search - Regions with high numbers of OFWs will have higher numbers of victims Potentially Exploitive Industry (low skill, low pay) • Manufacturing /Factory (Clothing Processing) • Domestic Service (housekeeping, OFW) Vulnerable Population • Economic (poverty) • Education (gender differences, access, attainment) • Health (gender differences, access, age at first sex) • Sociocultural (race, ethnicity, gender inequality) • Political (Immigration policy, conflict, power of local government) Limited Societal Safeguards (weak capacity) • Rule of Law (labor laws, enforcement, prosecution) • Social Safety Nets (old age pensions, health coverage, support for disabled and victims) • Institutional Systems (access to money, access to land, OFW system) • Risk Perception (knowledge of rights, family influence) Vulnerable Population Limited Societal Safeguards Exploitive Industry Modern Slavery 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 O FW s / 1 0 0 0 W o rk in g A ge P eo p le Unemployment Rate Unemployment 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 O FW s / 1 0 0 0 W o rk in g A ge P eo p le Underemployment Rate Underemployment Prevalence of OFWs does not increase with increasing unemployment or underemployment rates Source: Philippines Statistics Authority 0 50 100 150 200 250 R em it ta n ce p er O F W (x 1 0 0 0 p es o s) Officials and Professionals Technicians and Associate Professionals Clerks and Service Workers Trade and Machine Workers Laborers and Unskilled Workers 51% Skill level (high  low) Remittances, Skill Levels and Gender Potential priority target for interventions