Call for contributions

The ANZEA Board and Co-convenors warmly invite your proposals to contribute to a successful ANZEA2020.

To submit your proposal, please follow this link. Proposals are due by Friday 20th March.

In preparing your conference proposals, we invite you to consider and respond to four questions that cut across our conference theme. You can find our questions and full details of what to consider before making your submission here.

Pre and Post Conference Workshops – Expression of Interest

The ANZEA Board and Co-convenors warmly invite Expressions of Interest to facilitate either a half day or full day workshop in Rotorua in alignment with the conference.

A series of evaluation-focused workshops will run before and after the conference to explore new topics and develop new skills with leading experts in the field. The number of workshop sessions are limited to eight (approximately) and will include both invited workshops as well as those accepted through this Expression of Interest (EOI) process. Workshops may align to the conference theme or may be more focused to a particular skill or methodology.

Please submit your EOI by the 6th March 2020 by following this link.

For full details please continue reading here.

Evaluation Innovation in Aotearoa; Enabling a safer climate and social equity for wellbeing

The ANZEA2020 Conference aims to serve as a catalyst for innovative thinking and dialogue on the role of evaluation and on the transformative impact we can make. 

This year’s Conference  is organised around two primary focuses – social equity and a safer climate – interwoven with four strands: innovation; indigenous ways of knowing; leadership; and methodology. 

We invite participation from a wide range of people who work in evaluative fields, as well as areas that might not be formally described as evaluation, but where complementary activities and learning can give insight to those working in the evaluation field.

To learn more about our ANZEA2020 Conference theme continue reading on page two.