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ANZEA Wellington Branch Event
August 4 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
The ANZEA Wellington Branch warmly invites you to a presentation on
Blurring research and policy boundaries in a world focused on ‘impact’ and ‘implications’:
Have we moved too far in reaching out to commissioners of work so that it is now compromising our evaluation / research fidelity and integrity too much?
In this presentation John Wren asks, have we as evaluation / research professionals moved too far to reach out to meet the commissioners of work solely on their terms?
Is our work in danger of becoming a simple marketing ploy to present a policy position, is there a danger that work is being commissioned and delivered that crosses into advocacy, where are the boundaries, what are the markers of this change, and how do we as professional evaluators / researchers manage the dynamic?
Examples of markers of these dynamics will be suggested, and reference to a UK discussion will be provided for an international perspective.
Is it time to push back, to ask and expect that the policy advisers and policy makers begin to upskill, respect and learn our disciplinary language, just as some of us have learnt theirs? Is it time for us as a professional body to have a professional public discussion about boundaries and what professional evaluation research integrity means in the 21st century?
We invite you to come and offer your thoughts as part of this conversation.
|Where:||Education Review Office, Level 1, 101 Lambton Quay, Wellington|
|When:||4 – 5.30 pm Wednesday 4 August 2021.|
|Cost:||$5 koha for drink choices|
|RSVP & questions:||firstname.lastname@example.org|