This three-hour workshop, presented by Kate McKegg and Rachael Trotman, will show you how to use the funding application process to lift your organisation's game around outcomes, evidence and evaluation.
We invite you to attend a presentation by Helen Percy on Working with Different Cultures. AgResearch has been involved with MFAT funded agricultural development programmes in Uruguay and Columbia. These programmes involve working with staff from research, extension and policy agencies as well as alongside farmers in order to increase small farm holder resilience and profitability. Helen Percy from AgResearch will reflect on her experiences of working alongside these different cultures to encourage learning through monitoring and evaluation.
Kia ora, talofa lava, mālō e lelei, kia orana, fakaalofa atu, talofa ni, ni sa bula and warm Pasifika greetings from the Wellington Branch committee. The ANZEA Wellington Branch, invites you to attend a presentation by Dr Rhema Vaithianathan of AUT about Evaluating in a world emphasising big data.
TRAASS International is providing innovative and effective training courses for M&E professionals aim to improve the practice of M&E so it can realise its full value-adding potential and facilitate accountability and learning in organisations. We offer self-paced and blended courses to provide the opportunity of distant learning to our students. All courses are designed and delivered by experienced development and humanitarian practitioners.
Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation is a transformative evaluation model that provides flexibility to be implemented in diverse Indigenous contexts. CRIE provides the theoretical, methodological and practical evaluation design and strategies for carrying out a culturally responsive evaluation of services and programs provided for and/or designed by Indigenous peoples.
Are you looking for innovative and participatory ways to strengthen Monitoring & Evaluation programmes? CIRCLE Indonesia and ResultsinHealth (RiH) are organising a four-day training that will provide you with knowledge and hands-on skills in conducting Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation (PM&E) using Participatory Video and Most Significant Change (PVMSC).
This year Superu’s annual Evidence to Action conference brings together New Zealand’s social service community to network and share their insights about what works. The conference will focus on the nexus between evidence and action. Superu already have a prestigious line-up of speakers confirmed for the conference. They are Dr Sarah Morton, Director of What Works Scotland; Karen Field, CEO of drummond street services in Melbourne; Monique Faleafa, CEO of Le Va; Stuart McNaughton, Chief Education Science Advisor; and Eru Lyndon, Regional Commissioner, Northland, at the Ministry for Social Development.
Recapping ANZEA’s announcement at our AGM last year, the next ANZEA Conference will be held biennially in 2018. As a hugely voluntary, member-run event, it was time our fantastic members had a much needed rest! This year, ANZEA is providing great Professional Development opportunities for our members and we are running Professional Development events throughout the year and across New Zealand, alongside the on-going exciting branch events.
We invite you to attend a presentation by Diana Beattie on Most Significant Change and Using Stories. Reflections on using Most Significant Change, a participatory story-based method, in a recent evaluation project and a discussion forum on using story methods in evaluation.
CANCELLED: ANZEA Auckland Branch Event: Is Evaluation Obsolete? From Discursive Practice to Communicative Action with Robert Picciotto
We invite you to attend a presentation by Robert Picciotto on Is Evaluation Obsolete? From Discursive Practice to Communicative Action. Few topics have triggered as much interest in evaluation chatrooms as the evaluation practice implications of the Brexit referendum and the recent US elections. Public trust in expert analysis is at all-time low. More than ever, vivid claims unconstrained by fact checking dominate public policy. In this operating environment is evaluation obsolete? To probe this question, Bob will examine the relationship between knowledge and politics.