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Liam Downing Sep 17
Is anyone interested in getting involved in an Evaluation Capacity Building SIG? Please go to and shoot me some deets, including your planned level of involvement!
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vanessa hood Sep 15
Great interactive session about lessons art can teach evaluators
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Menka Goundan Sep 15
In evaluation, we talk about co-design but co- design also has a power differential. The co-design should give indegenous communties intellectual freedom. As funders, we usually have parameters that diminish that freedom.
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Brendan J Rigby Sep 17
Disappointed by the lack of representation on the public policy and evaluation panel. 5 of 6 panelists look like me
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Hilary Sep 15
This beautiful 3 metre collaborative painting tells the story of the developmental evaluation of a healing project from NPY womens council. Always amazed by the work of NPY women
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Kahiwa Sebire Sep 15
Feeling pretty gutted about missing out on this week - I'm only 15mins away, but somewhat dramatic medical business last week mean I'm relegated to this hotel's couch until Friday...
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Adrian Field Sep 17
Not a good night for riding the Lunapark ferris wheel
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E. Jane Davidson, Ph.D. Sep 15
Fascinating and insightful opening keynote from about how to understand and effectively address Aboriginal mental health. One key message: don't adapt measures; build them from the ground up so they are culturally and contextually valid.
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Martin Hall Sep 16
It is not all fun and games at the . Conference theme: Evaluation un-boxed! Because sometimes the box is too small!
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Alicia McCoy Sep 17
Thank you to the organising committee for a great conference this year. Lots of learning and reflecting, reconnecting with colleagues who I don’t get to see as much as I would like, and making new connections. Bring on Brisbane!
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Emma Walke Sep 15
Gerard Atkinson talking with us about what arts bring to evaluation “the arts celebrates multiple perspectives” - good eval does also
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Emma Walke Sep 17
Professor Roxanne Bainbridge and Robyn Bailey from Allen & Clarke - talking about place based evaluation “sharing ownership and accountability in a project”. So good to see you fellas!
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Sarah Moeller Sep 17
Kathryn Dinh on bringing non Western methods to evaluation. In this case pairing and adapting MSC (Most Significant Change) to principles of Buddhism. My brain is certainly buzzing
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Liam Downing Sep 17
I love this! Arm's length evaluations limit scope?
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Jess Dart Sep 19
Totally exhausted and filled up with good ideas, networking and knowledge. See our Day 3 blog on the AES19.
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Gina Sartore Sep 15
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Rae Fry Sep 17
best conference dinner venue ever??
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Rae Fry Sep 18
Shout out to Jasmine Sarin who created the beautiful conference logo artwork for -
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Sarah Moeller Sep 16
Hearing about at the . Founded by Lina Khalifeh it is the first self-defense studio for women in the Middle East. It is designed to empower women both physically and psychologically. 💪🏿💪💪🏻
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Michelle Draper Sep 17
Evaluators need to be ‘Warriors of Truth.’ Making programs better & work for the most marginalized makes them better for everyone Great keynote to kickoff day 3
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