Canadian Evaluation Society invites you to its Conference 2018 on Co-Creation in Evaluation. The conference will be held in Calgary Alberta May 27-29, 2018.
ANZEA Conference 2018 theme announced! We are pleased to announce the ANZEA Conference theme for 2018 is Evaluation for change: Change for evaluation – He arotake rereketanga: Kia rereke te arotaketanga.
Workshop: Unpacking Developmental Evaluation by Kate McKegg & Nan Wehipeihana – Auckland, 7 March 2018
Complex community issues require flexible and adaptive approaches to project design, implementation and evaluation. Developmental Evaluation (DE) offers a fresh approach to evaluating social innovation and community-led change. Using a set of guiding principles, rather than rules, DE is situational, contextual, culturally responsive and ethical. This insightful one day workshop to be held in Auckland, March 7th will be presented by two of the world’s leading developmental evaluation practitioners: Kate McKegg and Nan Wehipeihana.
Lunchtime seminar: “Defining and measuring wellbeing and poverty”. Child wellbeing, and issues around poverty, are right at the top of today’s political agenda. Bring your lunch and your questions to this timely seminar aimed at those with an interest in children’s wellbeing.
SAVE THE DATE! We are pleased to announce ANZEA will be holding its 2018 Conference, the cornerstone evaluation event of the year, on the 16-19 July 2018 at the Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre. So book it in your professional development calendars and we hope to see you all there for some inspired thinking and learning.
AEA is bringing Evaluation 2017 to your computer or electronic device. The virtual component of Evaluation 2017 allows evaluators who are unable to join us in Washington, D.C. to experience the education and networking opportunities of the live event. Registration is free and provides you access to all Presidential Strand presentations and all plenary presentations focused on this year’s theme: From Learning to Action
Claremont Evaluation Center-New York (CEC-NY) and the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) are pleased to announce the launch of an Executive Leadership Programme in Evaluation and the Sustainable Development Goals (ELPE). The ELPE’s overarching objective is to build evaluation leadership capacity to support the voluntary national review and follow-up process of the SDGs.
Once again, the New Zealand Social Statistics Network (NZSSN) is offering a range of short courses in social science research methods. Most of these will run in Wellington over the 2 weeks: 20 November – 1 December 2017, Kelburn campus, Victoria University of Wellington, and then again in Auckland over the 2 weeks: 12 – 23 February 2018, City Campus, the University of Auckland. Some of them will only run in one of these programmes, and are marked as such below.
The Claremont Evaluation Center announces our August 2017 series of world-class practical and theoretical training workshops on evaluation and applied research. This longstanding series, taught in southern California by leading academics and seasoned practitioners, is made even more accessible by highly interactive online webcasts.
RANZ Conference 2017 ‘The New Insights Ecosystem’ is less than 2 months away, and the conference team has been busy finalising the complete programme, due to be announced very shortly. RANZ guarantees an exciting line-up of speakers and content that will challenge your thinking about the future of the research industry.