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Evaluation Matters—He Take Tō Te Aromatawai 8: 2023


Author(s): Fiona Cram
Author(s): Amohia Boulton

Keynote Address
ANZEA Conference, 10–12 October 2022

Author(s): Jeph Mathias

Keynote Address
ANZEA Conference, 10–12 October 2022

Author(s): Jesse Kokaua, Troy Ruhe, and Rosalina Richards

Keynote Address
ANZEA Conference, 10–12 October 2022

Author(s): Shaun Akroyd

A kaupapa Māori multimethod, qualitative evaluation of the Huringa Pai Māori health initiative was conducted from May 2019 to May 2020. The evaluation aimed both to clarify the positive enabling and sustaining aspects of whānau wellbeing efforts, and to identify the effective characteristics of the operation of Huringa Pai. A...

Author(s): Louise Were

ANZEA Conference, 10–12 October 2022

Author(s): 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,...

Author(s): Lynley Cvitanovic

This article is based on a presentation I delivered at the ANZEA Conference 2022: Ka mua, Ka muri: Looking back to move forward. Here, I outline three challenges that stand out for me about what it means to be a Pākehā evaluator in Aotearoa New Zealand. Not one is rocket...

Author(s): Lauren Sweetman Babbington, Meenakshi Sankar, Paula White, and Jeph Mathias, with Kate McKegg

How are Pākehā and Tauiwi evaluators reflecting on their identity, values and professional journeys so far? What are the most important lessons they have learned along the way? What are their hopes for social equity- and Tiriti-based practice and outcomes in future?

Author(s): Jessica Goodall, Valda Howard, Huhana Moselen, and Cassidy Russell