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ANZEA partners with Canadian Evaluation Society

ANZEA is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership that will strengthen our links with evaluation in Canada. In a recently agreed Memorandum of Understanding between ANZEA and the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES), we will promote membership in each other’s organisation by offering a discount to members who wish to belong to both organizations.

Workshop: Case Study Evaluation by Helen Simons – Wellington 9 March, Auckland 22 March

Case study has been a feature of evaluation of public programs now for many years as a single case, series of cases or as an element in multi-method, large scale evaluation designs. Justification for this approach to ‘valuing’ the complexity of programs in specific socio/political and cultural contexts is well documented. Yet the practice and quality of case study evaluations varies greatly and we still have much to learn about how to conduct and use them to inform policy making and practice.

External Event: Our Data, Our Way – Workshop | Data Futures Partnership

Massey University is collaborating with the Data Futures Partnership to gauge people’s opinion about the sharing of data. We have had a workshop in Wellington and it is a really interesting subject and one that I feel as many people as possible would like to be able to have their say. Massey University is looking for a cross-section of people to take part in a workshop in Hamilton that will explore how comfortable or uncomfortable people are with sharing and use of their information (data).

Merry Christmas from ANZEA

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from ANZEA!

A Flourishing ANZEA Organisation | Introducing the ANZEA Board

To take the vision of ANZEA into 2017 and beyond, we’d like to take the opportunity to introduce you to the ANZEA Board.

A reflection on the American Evaluation Conference

The annual American Evaluation Association (AEA) conference has just finished, this year; the conference was held in Atlanta, Georgia from October 24-29. President John Gargani’s theme for this year’s conference was Evaluation + Design. Leading up to the AEA conference, running right into it, was Impact Convergence (IMPCON), a conference jointly hosted by Social Value International and AEA, designed to start conversations between the fields of evaluation and impact measurement. New Zealand’s Julian King was active as a presenter and facilitator throughout the conference....