Evaluative Thinking can be Taught

We pass on knowledge and tools to program workers and funding bodies

 

Move Your Program Forward

With practical, usable evaluation findings

 

The Waawiyeyaa Evaluation Tool

A wholistic evaluation tool that collects culturally-appropriate data

 

We are all Evaluators

Through introspection and self-reflection we can enhance our analytical abilities

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Upcoming Workshops

We are proud to announce our first series of workshops on Honouring Reconciliation in Evaluation: Wearing an Indigenous Evaluation Lens. For more information, click on one of the upcoming workshops below.

  • Regina September

    $950.00
  • Toronto August 3rd, 2016

    $950.00

Dispelling Myths: Challenges in Restoring Health in First Nations (27May16)

Presented at the Indigenous Health Conference 27May2016, Andrea L.K. Johnston spoke about the need for a national sharing of Indigenous-informed outcomes.  For example, at the conference Chief Littlechild said, “We need to hold each other up”.  This outcome can be phrased as “Lifting each other up”.   This presentation provides a rationale for supporting more work in this area.  One conclusion you can make from the facts presented is that, “as First Nations we need to divorce ourselves from the colonial relationship – reclaiming our rights, our pride, our strength and this must start with the “Lifting Up of Each Other’s Spirits” through a unification of communities at a regional and national level.

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