Date and time: Tuesday 30th March 2021 5.30pm - 6.30pm ACST
Topic: Quarterly AES NT network catch up: Productivity Commission’s Indigenous Evaluation Strategy
Presenters: AES NT committee members
Venue: Snapper Rocks, B2/7 Kitchener Drive, Darwin City, NT, 0800
Register online by: noon on Friday 26 March
This is a free seminar organised by the Northern Territory Regional Network Committee of the AES. Our seminar series provides an opportunity for you to meet with AES members and others in the evaluation community and to share and learn from the experiences of fellow evaluators.
This event will be the first of quarterly AES NT network catch ups to share with each other our successes, opportunities and thoughts around what’s happening in the world of evaluation. The topic of our first session will be the Productivity Commission’s Indigenous Evaluation Strategy.
The Indigenous Evaluation Strategy was released in October 2020 and is a whole of government framework designed for use when selecting, planning, conducting and using evaluations of policies and programs affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. It puts Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at its centre and recognizes the need to draw on perspectives, priorities and knowledges of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people if outcomes are to be improved. We would love to hear your thoughts on the strategy and share ideas about how it might look in practice.
All are invited and please feel free to bring a friend!
Please note that this is a face to face event to be held in Darwin.