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Progress of the Baltic SCOPE Monitoring and evaluation framework topic at project's partner meeting on 21-22 June 2016 in Szczecin, POLAND

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* The information presented is the working exercise on the cross-border maritime spatial planning discussions and can not be treated as the official opinion of the European Commission and the Member States involved in the consortium of the Baltic SCOPE project.

Progress of the Baltic SCOPE Monitoring and evaluation framework topic at project's partner meeting on 21-22 June 2016 in Szczecin, POLAND

Read more on: www.balticscope.eu

* The information presented is the working exercise on the cross-border maritime spatial planning discussions and can not be treated as the official opinion of the European Commission and the Member States involved in the consortium of the Baltic SCOPE project.

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Progress of the Baltic SCOPE Monitoring and evaluation framework topic *

  1. 1. M&E framework Szczecin edition June 22, 2016
  2. 2. M&E framework • Based on – Literature review – Interviews and observations during the project • Focus on transboundary and cross-border collaboration in MSP • The framework – To be used when countries or stakeholders evaluate the processes – Presents an approach and suggestions on how to not an evaluation method
  3. 3. Updated version available • Updated based on analysis of interviews and observations
  4. 4. Updated version available Different practices across borders Know planning systems of neighbours Existing cross-border collaboration and networks Common approaches to MSP Common standards for data and mapping International policies Talk to each other, ask questions (communication) Stated national priorities help collaboration Address TB issues in national processes MSP has different status in different countries Similar understanding of topics Countries in different timing
  5. 5. Updated version available • Updated based on analysis of interviews and observations • Still work under construction • For comments at workspace – Folder: Monitoring Evaluation/FOR COMMENTS – Please send comments by end of August – Upload into folder WITH A DIFFERENT FILE NAME
  6. 6. Purpose of the final product • Explain rationale for evaluating – The point of evaluation and monitoring is to know that are we meeting the objectives we aim to achieve • And to check what other harm we may cause (side-effects) – Preparing for evaluation from the beginning helps to plan your process • Goal → Objective → Indicator → Management measure (Douvere and Ehler 2011) • SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and timely) • Provide guidance on evaluating transboundary collaboration in MSP • Theory-based evaluation
  7. 7. Theory-based evaluation • Theory-based evaluation approach is a mainstream approach in policy evaluation – Broad discussion, e.g. intervention theory, program theory, intervention logic, logical framework – e.g. inherent in preparation of European Maritime and Fisheries Fund • What ”theory” are we talking about here? – An understanding of how a spatial plan, policy or intervention will produce change (theory of change) – ”Through which activities, actions and outputs my plan will reach the set objectives?” – Contextual issues • What are the risks stemming from the broader context? • Side-effects
  8. 8. Theory-based evaluation • An approach, not a specific method – Several examples of methods that can be used • Open standards for conservation planning – BaltSpace – a good example • Start from defining objectives
  9. 9. Intervention Inputs Activities Outputs Impact Initial outcomes Intermediate outcomes Impacts Assumptions: How do the outputs result in outcomes? What has to happen? What contextual factors influence? Risks: Risks that the link is weak or non-existing Side-effects: What are the intervention’s effects in a broader context?
  10. 10. Hansen, Morten Balle, and Evert Vedung 2010. Theory-Based Stakeholder Evaluation. American Journal of Evaluation 31(3):295-313.
  11. 11. Process in BalticSCOPE • Adjust the principle into evaluation of transboundary collaboration in MSP • Continue analysing the material • Work together with the planners – group works • Today a group work on outcomes and how do we know, if we are achieving them

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