ESII Partnership Opportunities

There are several possibilities for policymakers and implementers working to improve the inclusion of migrants and refugees in Europe to get involved in ESII:

Option 1: Evaluate

J-PAL Europe is seeking implementing partners—such as governments, NGOs, multilateral organizations, and businesses—who are interested in measuring the impact of their programs through rigorous impact evaluations. Organizations will work closely with J-PAL affiliated professors to design a randomized evaluation—a type of impact evaluation that uses random assignment—of their program.

Why evaluate?

Participating organizations will be able to ensure that their resources are well allocated and that their actions are truly effective. Evaluations produce clear and credible results which will allow participating organizations to join a growing movement of change-makers that use rigorous evidence to improve the effectiveness of their programs. These results can generate insights that go beyond the context of the implementing organization itself and be used by decision-makers and donors at large.

Option 2: Learn

For implementers who are interested in learning more on how to conduct rigorous impact evaluations, J-PAL Europe offers customized trainings that can be tailored to an organization’s needs.

Option 3: Leverage

Implementing organizations can participate in events with like-minded institutions and experts from across Europe, exchange ideas, as well as co-host outreach events together with J-PAL Europe to promote a culture of better use of evidence and evaluation amongst European partners.

How to Get Involved

J-PAL Europe invites implementing organizations active in improving the inclusion of migrants and refugees in Europe to submit a brief letter of interest describing how they would like to become involved in the initiative. This form is also available for download in the Supporting Materials section.