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In this issue: culturally responsive evaluation and LGBT communities of colour; the relationship between indigenous and Western epistemic systems in research; evaluating with a rural Māori community; investing in “success” as Māori and Pacific; evaluation capacity; he awa whiria—braided rivers; applying evaluative thinking to value for money
In this issue: building better ecosystems, next generation evaluation, indigenous programmes and evaluation, kaupapa Māori evaluation, supporting provider-led evaluationof short-term community social-change projects, reflecting on evaluation practice, navigating "place" in evaluation and design, and evaluation and innovation.
In this issue: the emergence of evaluation as a global enterprise; evaluating in traumatic contexts; developing a thoughtful approach to evaluation; developmental evaluation; Te Ara Hou—A new pathway for leading Māori success as Māori; investing in capacity building for non-government organisations; negotiating solidarity between indigenous and transformative paradigms in evaluation.
In this issue: unpacking the evaluator’s toolbox; cultural fit; cultural competence and Pākehā evaluators; wairua and cultural values in evaluation; kaupapa Māori action research; evaluative reasoning in public-sector evaluation in Aotearoa New Zealand.