ISEAL, the global membership association for credible sustainability standards, will explain the role of impact evaluation in the institutional architecture of credible certifications (internal control systems, third-party verification, control on control). What type of evidence is needed to make certifications credible, what are ISEAL’s requirements to certification bodies in relation to monitoring and impact evaluation?

23 May 2019 - 1:00pm to 2:30pm
Speaker(s): Joshua Wickerham

ISEAL, the global membership association for credible sustainability standards, will explain the role of impact evaluation in the institutional architecture of credible certifications (internal control systems, third-party verification, control on control). What type of evidence is needed to make certifications credible, what are ISEAL’s requirements to certification bodies in relation to monitoring and impact evaluation?

Location:
Room 221
Institute of Development Studies
BN1 9RE Brighton
United Kingdom
GB
Partner(s): Institute of Development Studies
Public - open to all