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Conference Update: Conference Highlights, Silent Auction, 10th Anniversary Celebrations, and a Wonderful Welly Walking Tour

“Don’t miss out on this premier evaluation event!! This Conference Update is packed with conference highlights information. This week we profile the Iwi Maori conference stream. In addition, we outline a raft of special events happening at the Conference – and how your participation will contribute to their success.

Notice of ANZEA AGM 20 July 2016, Te Papa Museum, Wellington

The ANZEA Board is looking forward to sharing ANZEA's achievements of the past year with you at our AGM 20 July 2016.

Workshop: Building a Measurement Framework – Christchurch 25 July, Auckland 29 July

‘We make a difference’. This is probably one of the most commonly heard statements in the not for profit and community sectors. But have you and others in your organisation ever stopped to think about what it really means? This one-day workshop developed by New Philanthropy Capital (NPC), United Kingdom introduces the steps involved in creating a measurement framework so not for profit organisation’s can really understand the difference they make.

Earlybird Registrations closing this Sunday, 12 June

We would like to remind you that earlybird registrations are due to close in 4 days so make sure you take advantage of the discount and register before midnight on 12 June. Remember to also check if you are a member of ANZEA on our online membership list or with our manager, Immanuela Pfeiffenberger, to take advantage of the extra member discount at conference registration.

Peter Ellis – Presentation Slides

  Here is Peter Ellis’ presentation from the ANZEA Wellington Branch Event held on May 18. If you attended the event you may like to have another look over the presentation and if you missed it this is a great opportunity to have a look at the presentation. The presentation works best in Chrome or Firefox [...]

Supported Event: Evaluation with Croissant – Evaluation for NGOs and Evidence Based Policy

A workshop last November for the NGO sector, and another in April with SuPERU on evidence-based practice each raised important questions and issues which had no time to be addressed. This workshop will pick up where these events left off to look at issues such as these: How we define information needs to underpin a [...]