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 their website.
The conference is particularly relevant for those working in the NGO sector. The four keynotes will be exploring:
- Building a healthier ecosystem for evaluation – commentary by Kate Frykberg on the health of the relationships between evaluators and the communities they serve
- Whakatupuranga 2050 (the Waikato-Tainui tribal development strategy) and the challenge in evaluating tribal aspirations by Sarah-Jane Tiakiwai
- Mossie bites in the morning: evaluating the UN sustainable development goals in the Pacific by Yvonne Underhill-Sem
- The convergence of evaluation and impact measurement by overseas speaker David Pritchard.
The pre- and post-conference workshop programme is as follows:
Pre-conference half day workshops:
- Evaluation 101: The basics
- He Awa Whiria – A Braided Rivers approach to evaluation
- Value for money – an evaluation-specific approach
- Nuts and bolts of outcome measurement
Post-conference full day workshops
- Kaupapa Māori Evaluation
- Systems thinking and evaluation practice
- Understanding Social Impact and Social Value Reports
- Visit www.anzea.org.nz to register