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CES-NB conference announcement

The Canadian Evaluation Society – New Brunswick Chapter, in
collaboration with the Université de Moncton and the New Brunswick Social Policy Research Network invite you to take part in an evaluation conference on the theme of “Evaluation and its applications in the economic and social fields”.

The conference will be held on January 28th from 10:00 am till 3:30 pm, Room 157, Pavillon Leopold-Taillon, Université de Moncton.

Key speakers include :

Jimmy Bourque, Professor Faculté des sciences de l’Éducation,
and Head of the Centre for Research and Development in Education, Université de Moncton

Michel Desjardins, Founder and President of Consortia Development Group

Marie Gervais, Professor, Université de Laval, Vice president
Réseau francophone d’évaluation (RFE), Vice president International Organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE), and member of the executive committee EvalPartners

Richard Saillant, Director of the Donald J. Savoie Institute

A question and answer period will be held after each presentation with a round-table to close the event. Please note that the CES NB will hold its annual general meeting starting at 3:30 pm.

REGISTRATION FEES:

CES member: 35 $
Students: 10 $
Other: 50 $

Breakfast and lunch will be served.

Sign up now! This is a great opportunity to familiarize yourself with
the Canadian Evaluation Society – NB Chapter, meet practitioners,
professionals and academics in the evaluation field.

Register at
https://www.evaluationcanada.ca/registration-form-formulaire-dinscription
to secure your spot!

For more information please contact Valery Tankou, Event Coordinator:
tkvalery@yahoo.fr

The State of the Nation – Citizen Engagement in Nova Scotia

The State of the Nation – Citizen Engagement in Nova Scotia
Guest Speaker: Danny Graham of Engage NS

Join us Tuesday morning September 29th to hear about how we as Nova Scotians are actively engaged in shaping our future.

Our keynote speaker, Danny Graham, Chief Engagement Officer at Engage Nova Scotia, will discuss the role citizen engagement is playing in building a resilient province.

Date: Tuesday, September 29th
Time: 8 am to 9 am (doors open at 7:30 am)
Location: The Art Gallery of NS – Seminar Room
Complimentary coffee/tea and pastries.

Space is limited and will be filled on a first-come first-serve basis.

Cost:  To offset the costs of the event there is a $10.00 charge per attendee.

No charge for students and for those representing non-profit groups.

This event is hosted by the Atlantic Committee of the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) Canada.

A message from Anne Martell of Martell Consulting Services Ltd

I would like to thank all my clients and colleagues over the past 30 plus years for supporting Martell Consulting Services Ltd. and believing in my integrity both as a consultant and as a person. I have had such a rewarding career but it is now time to close Martell Consulting down and travel new paths along this journey we call life.

I welcome younger consultants to take over where I left off. Bring your energy and new approaches to the profession of research and evaluation. Bring your passion but always remember to temper it with balance and sober second thought. And always, always write the truth. Don’t hedge, tell it like it is. Sometimes that is difficult…but it pays off in the end.

Best,

Anne Martel