AES Alert: 21 September 2022
AES ALERT: 21 September 2022
AES22 Awards for Excellence in Evaluation Winners
The AES Awards for Excellence in Evaluation aim to recognise and share excellence in evaluation theory and practice.
Award for Enhancing the Social Good
Emerging New Talent Award
Evaluation Journal of Australasia Publication Award
Central Lands Council
Evaluation System Award
Department of Education and Training Victoria Evaluation Practice
Indigenous Evaluation Award
Public Sector Evaluation Award
Te Ihuwaka | Education Evaluation Centre, Education Review Office
Evaluation job vacancies
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Last chance to register for the First Nations Workshops in September
Pre-requisite: Attendance at the foundational ‘Learning to apply the AES First Nations Cultural Safety Framework’ workshop.
EVALUATION LEARNING EVENTS
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SEMINARS & Interactive sessions
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WORKSHOPS - Online Delivey
12 October 2022 - online (IPAA WA partner event)
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ANZEA news and events
KA MUA. KA MURI | LOOKING BACK TO MOVE FORWARD
ANZEA Conference 2022, 10-12 October, Wellington
This whakataukī speaks to Māori perspectives of time, where the past, the present and the future are viewed as intertwined, and life as a continuous cosmic process (Rameka, L, 2016). The whakataukī has been selected to underpin the 2022 conference, we acknowledge the past - the contributions of those who have come before and whose achievements have shaped our thinking and practices today. We walk into the future reflecting on where we have come from and how far, what we have achieved and learned, how we have changed, and the challenges in front of us. The future suggests a world shaped by Covid-19, critical environmental and societal challenges and amplified technological development. We are also experiencing generational change and shifting worldviews as Aotearoa stands at the forefront of indigenous reclamation. We continue to examine the role of evaluation in society, exploring its position as influencers of change.
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