The Cultural Research Network (CRN) will be hosting a virtual study group on October 27th and 28th. The topic will be “Decolonizing Evaluation: An in-depth look into equitable evaluation work with First Nations communities”.
Description from the CRN website: What has been written on First Nations methods of evaluation? What are the case studies or projects where decolonization of evaluation has been developed and tried? Is decolonization of evaluation even possible, given the epistemological foundations upon which our cultural research practices and institutions are built? This VSG will feature three Indigenous evaluators, from different First Nations contexts, to consider practical ways forward along with the ongoing questions that shape this field of cultural research.
More information and the registration link can be found at http://culturalresearchnetwork.org/october-27-28-virtual-study-group-decolonizing-evaluation-an-in-depth-look-into-equitable-evaluation-work-with-first-nations-communities