We host events around the world and online to share results and policy lessons from randomized evaluations, build new partnerships between researchers and practitioners, and train organizations on how to design and conduct randomized evaluations.

Upcoming Events

Past Events


Achieving Food Security and Pathways for Improved Nutrition in India: Insights from Global Evidence

India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
As a part of the Evaluations Fest 2020 being organised by Evaluation Community of India, J-PAL/CLEAR South Asia is putting together a panel of presentations on 13th February 2020, between 2:00-3:30 pm at the India Habitat Centre (IHC), New Delhi.
Apartment buildings in a city
Workshop or Training

Webinar: Reducing Housing Instability with Randomized Evaluations


MIT J-PAL’s Work of the Future Initiative: Building a Future that Works for All

Accel office in Palo Alto, CA

Thinking Globally to Mitigate Climate Change: Paying Local Communities to Protect Forests

Hosted by:
MIT 35-225, Cambridge, MA
A woman writes on the board during the Evaluating Social Programs course in Kampala in 2018.
Workshop or Training

J-PAL Executive Education: Evaluating Social Programs, Cape Town 2019

University of Cape Town, South Africa
J-PAL Africa is offering a five-day course on Evaluating Social Programs in Cape Town, South Africa from July 29 to August 2, 2019. The course will provide a thorough understanding of randomized evaluations and pragmatic step-by-step training on how to conduct an evaluation.
Evaluating Social Programs participants sit around tables listening to a presentation
Workshop or Training

Evaluasi Program Sosial – Banda Aceh (Evaluating Social Programs) 2019

Hermes Palace Hotel, Banda Aceh
South Asia executive education
Workshop or Training

J-PAL Executive Education: Evaluating Social Programmes 2019

Hosted by:
The Claridges, New Delhi, India
Applications to J-PAL South Asia's annual Executive Education course are now open. This five-day in-person training gives participants a thorough understanding of why and when researchers and policymakers might choose to conduct randomised evaluations and how randomised evaluations are designed in...