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At the AES, we’re all about quality evaluation that makes a difference. Our aim is to establish and promote ethics and standards in evaluation practice; encourage advances in the theory and practice of evaluation; and provide education and training related to evaluation.

We provide forums for networking, professional development and the discussion of ideas. We aim to ensure diverse voices of the community are heard, including those who commission the evaluations, those who carry them out and the evaluands. We are inclusive of Indigenous and all other cultural perspectives.

Our members work as evaluators, commission evaluation work, manage evaluation projects, are an academic teaching and conducting research, a tertiary level student or a professional interested in evaluation and performance measurement.



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From 1 July 2024  AES membership fees will increase. New subscriptions and renewals from 1 July 2024 will be invoiced at a higher rate. 

Individual Membership

Categories offered are:
– Full
– Student
– Senior (65 and over)
– Indigenous
– Member of Canadian Evaluation Society

Individual membership is offered for one and two years and starts from the date of joining.

Organisational Membership

Categories offered are:
– Not-for-profit / NGO
– Indigenous managed community organisation
– Academic department/ research unit
– Government department

Services and Benefits

Read about all the benefits we provide to our members.

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