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Keynote speakers: Richard Weston, CEO, Healing Foundation, building a theory of change that values both Indigenous cultural knowledge and the international evidence base on trauma,  Dugan Fraser, Reith Foundation, exploring how evaluation can help deepen democracy and build stronger institutions Sandra Mathison, Institute for Public Education, on the potential and limits of evaluation to support democratice ideals and promote justice  Andy R

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Last week, we started our focus on Adaptive Management with a blog post by Patricia Rogers that explored how monitoring and evaluation can support adaptive management. This week, we're continuing this series with a guest blog from Fred Carden and Arnaldo Pellini, in which they discuss what they learned about adaptive management in a major project on developing capacity for evidence-based policy.

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What is this course about?

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Date and time: Monday 20th and Tuesday 21st of March 2017, 9am to 5pm (registration from 8.30am) Location: Arbour Room, Ether Conference Centre, Lower Level, 265 Little Bourke Steet, Melbourne, Victoria (located with the Mercure)

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Date and time: Thursday, 23 March 2017, 9am to 5pm (registration from 8.30am) Location: Spring Cove Room, Novotel Sydney Central, 169-179 Thomas Street, Sydney Presenter: Dr Jess Dart, Founder Director, Clear Horizon Consulting Pty Ltd Register online by: Thursday 16 March 2017

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While there are many guidelines and tools to support those conducting evaluations, there are far fewer resources specifically focused on commissioners and managers of evaluation.  Yet we know that evaluation capacity depends on the quality of the demand for evaluation as well as the quality of the supply of evaluation.

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