Two-way accountability: Improving Ethical Evaluation Practice in Indigenous Contexts

This presentation from Emma Williams at The Northern Institute of Charles Darwin University analyses the lack ethical guidelines for evaluation in Indigenous contexts and argues the reasons for such guidelines to be created

Williams looks at the context of the situation and uses case studies to address the issues of confidentiality; intellectual property; top-down, bottom-up; and the ongoing activities that provide ethical contexts to evaluation in indigenous development programs.


Williams, E. Charles Darwin University, The Northern Institute. (2012). Two-way accountability: Improving ethical evaluation practice in indigenous contexts. Retrieved from website:

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