In this webinar, the second in our Tools for Change series, Garth Nowland-Foreman will briefly look at some of the difficulties surrounding the measurement of Outcomes. He will then explore how the Theory of Change can be used to keep organisations on track to achieve their objectives. Outcomes are important to organisations striving to ‘make […]
Indigenous Evaluation – Using Traditional Knowledge to Guide Evaluation Theory and Practice How and in what ways can indigenous evaluators and indigenous communities draw upon traditional knowledge to guide evaluation theory and practice? In this webinar, experienced evaluator Kataraina Pipi (Ngati Porou, Ngati Hine) will host four indigenous keynote speakers from the Mā Te Rae […]
Appreciative Inquiry (AI) is a planning and evaluation tool that seeks to generate positive change within groups and communities. It focuses on the strengths and assets in a community organisation or programme, rather than the problems and deficits. In his work in Randwick Park, Manurewa, Dave Tims has seen AI used to assist his […]
PCOMS (the Partners for Change Outcome Management System) is a unique approach to supporting people who need help to thrive. In this free Community Research webinar, Robyn Pope and Laurie Siegel-Woodward will outline the PCOMS approach and the research behind it, share their learnings and experience of implementing PCOMS within social service agencies in Aotearoa. They will describe the […]
Our September 2018 newsletter has just been released, it includes info on our upcoming Tools for Change Webinar, Research on Pacific Co-operatives and a recording of our Research Opportunities webinar. In case you’ve missed it, here’s the link. The latest edition is now available here.
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga – New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence (NPM) is currently seeding a suite of new projects that will deliver positive change through vital Māori research. NPM recently supported its vast network of Māori researchers and scholars around the country in developing new projects that will produce important strategic outcomes […]
Our May 2016 newsletter has just been released, and includes the first announcement of our next 4 webinars! In case you’ve missed it, here’s the link.
ANZEA’s 10th Anniversary Conference 2016 is future focused and inclusive, with the theme Next generation evaluation: Shaping better futures in Aotearoa New Zealand. Join us as they consider the use of evaluation as a powerful contributor to generating better opportunities and possibilities in a diverse and pluralist Aotearoa New Zealand. More information can be found on […]
A consortium of Wellington funders need an experienced researcher to carry out some benchmarking research into philanthropic funding in the Wellington Region, between now and November. The deadline for the RFP is 31st July 2016. Contact Louise Parkin for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Creative Commons Aotearoa New Zealand have released the draft translation of the Creative Commons 4.0 licences into te re Māori for consultation. The Creative Commons licences are free legal tools that anyone can use to share their copyright works more openly. The licences allow rights holders to release their work into the commons under a […]