Workshop: Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation by Fiona Cram

Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation (CRIE) is a transformative evaluation model for diverse Indigenous contexts. CRIE provides theoretical, methodological and practical evaluation strategies for carrying out culturally responsive evaluation of Indigenous services and programmes.

ANZEA is pleased to offer you the below workshop:

• Event: Culturally Responsive Indigenous Evaluation (CRIE)Workshop facilitated by FIONA CRAM, PhD.

• Date: Tuesday, 25 July 2017, 9:00am – 4:30pm

• Place: ICIB Insurance Brokers, Level 7, 26 Hobson Street, Auckland 1010

• Cost: Workshop Fees (excluding GST) as below

– Early bird – closes 10 July, ANZEA Member $349.00, Non-Member $399.00, Student (Full time only) $249.00

– Standard – closes 21 July,  ANZEA Member $379.00, Non-Member $429.00, Student (Full time only) $249.00

• Register: Please register by completing our online registration form here or for any further information please contact ANZEA’s Manager, Immanuela Pfeiffenberger on info@anzea.org.nz.Lunch and refreshments will be provided.

Please note the Auckland workshop is limited to a maximum of 30 participants.

Register Online for this Workshop

Read more.

Take A Look At The New Online 2015 Inaugural Issue of the Aotearoa New Zealand Evaluation Association (ANZEA) Evaluation Journal.

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Inside the issue:

  • Unpacking the evaluator’s toolbox: Observations on evaluation, privilege, equity and justice
  • Cultural fit: An important criterion for effective interventions and evaluation work
  • Finding our way: Cultural competence and Pākehā evaluators
  • Wairua and cultural values in evaluation
  • Kaupapa Māori action research in a Whānau Ora collective: An exemplar of Māori evaluative practice and the findings
  • Evaluative reasoning in public-sector evaluation in Aotearoa New Zealand: How are we doing?

The 2015 inaugural issue is available on the NZCER website.

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