The Feminist Issues in Evaluation is a Thematic Interest Group (TIG) in the American Evaluation Association (AEA). Since being officially approved in 1997, it has played a role in broadening the discussions within the AEA to include range of related feminist, gender, human rights, social justice, inclusion, and international perspectives. The group contributes to the annual AEA conference through the sponsoring of sessions and professional development workshops, and serves as a network for members and others interested in feminist issues in evaluation.
The information provided was supplied by Donna Podems, Director, OtherWISE: Research and Evaluation, and Svetlana Negroustoueva, Evaluation specialist.
Authors and their affiliation
American Evaluation Association Feminist TIG Leadership Team
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Type of resource
This website provides up to date information on feminist evaluation, including newsletters and other pertaining information. It provides personal accounts, biographies of feminist evaluators and past and current activities for the Feminist Issues TIG, and has a link to reach members of the TIG with relevant requests.
Who is this resource useful for?
- Those involved in evaluation capacity strengthening
How have you used or intend on using this resource?
For any member of AEA, who would like to engage with other members on this topic, this is a useful way to meet AEA members that use or are interested in Feminist Evaluation. It is also useful for any potential AEA members who are trying to decide which TIG is right for them.
Why would you recommend it to other people?
This webpage provides a manageable network to begin interacting with others interested in Feminist Evaluation. While it is an AEA website, the members are from around the world.
American Evaluation Association (2016). Feminist Issues in Evaluation TIG (American Evaluation Association Website). Retrieved 2 July, 2016, from http://comm.eval.org/feministissuesinevaluation/home