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Indigenous evaluation: An outsider’s perspective

Daniel Ticehurst

This article was inspired by learning about Indigenous evaluation last year. What I learnt also resonated with history, in particular linking Indigenous evaluation with liberation struggles on the African continent in the 20th century. I am not an Indigenous evaluator, so my target audience is people like me. That said, I hope some of what I say resonates with those who are Indigenous evaluators. The article seeks to explain why and how Indigenous evaluation is more than a method or an approach. I understand Indigenous evaluation communities to be in a unique position as a necessarily disruptive movement, one that brings disorder to help realise a much-needed transformation or decolonisation of evaluation.

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