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This panel discussion brings together four different perspectives on the challenges we face: Patricia Rogers, CEO, Better Evaluation Delvin Varghese, Research Fellow, Department of Human-Centred Computing, Monash University Veronica Bell, Head of International Technical Services, Australian Red Cross Audra Blanchfield, Safe People and Data Initiative, SurveyCTO The event provides an opportunity to delve into the issues and opportunities we’re facing in our daily work, study or research, a

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From the event website: This interactive workshop, led by a cross-Tasman team, will give insight into how the landscape of evaluation has changed. We will identify the strengths we bring as evaluators and what additional tools and skills we need to effectively contribute to our post-COVID world. The workshop draws on our collective experience of navigating, adapting and evaluating through the COVID lockdowns in Aotearoa and Australia.

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Join Sawsan Al Zatari, co-chair of EvalYouth MENA and EvalYouth TF 2 for a webinar on effective data communication. Moderated by Surabhi Seth.  Event starts at 9am EST. 

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We’re excited to be involved in the 2020 IPDET Hackathon – a week-long event in which hundreds of people from around the world bring together their skills, knowledge and inspirations to find creative solutions to challenges of our times.

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A draft strategy document on a new Indigenous Evaluation Strategy for programs and policies that affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. This page also links to the draft background paper and draft guide to evaluation. Art from 'River of Knowledge' by Luke Penrith
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 A mixed-methods, Aboriginal-led evaluation of the Civil Law Service for Aboriginal Communities (CLSAC). This report uses the Aboriginal evaluation framework, Ngaa-bi-nya, which means to ‘examine, try and evaluate’ in the language of the Wiradjuri people of central NSW to whom author Megan Williams belongs.  Image featuring artwork by Jessie Waratah Simon Fitzpatrick

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