WHAT’S ON

We enrich our practice by engaging with national and international conversations.

Here is a collection of upcoming events and workshops.

April

Monday, 3 April, Brisbane
AES Seminar: Impact assessment versus ROI in learning and development

Monday 3 April- Tuesday 4 April, Wellington
Te Ritorito 2017: Towards whanau, hapu and iwi wellbeing

Wednesday 5 April, Auckland
Obesity and welfare

Wednesday 5 April, Auckland
Practical tools for turbulent conversations

Thursday 6 April, Auckland
People on the move

Friday 7 April, Wellington
ANZEA Masterclass: Professional Work, Professionalism & Professionalism in Evaluation

Thursday 13 April, Wellington
Wellington Hui

Thursday 20 April, Adelaide
AES Seminar: Building stronger evaluations through social media and digital analytics

Thursday 20 April, Queenstown
Family and sexual violence – Yes, it does happen here too

Thursday 27 April, Wellington
The least and the last in a world of growing inequality

May

Tuesday 9 May, Wellington
Using data isn’t a technical problem, it’s a cultural one

Thursday 11 May, Canberra
Brown Bag Seminar: Performance measurement – a chore or a vital tool?

Thursday 11 May, Wellington
History Programme Seminar: Identifying Māori legal traditions: Working with Kahungunu stories to draw out the law

Thursday 11 May, Wellington
The US Constitution, Constitutional Conventions and President Trump

Friday 12 May, Wellington
Greening the Future: A Social Investments Approach to Environmental Problems

Tuesday 16 – Wednesday 17 May, Wellington
Communicate for Impact and Influence

Friday 19 May, Wellington
Tackling tobacco on small atolls: Tales from a VSA stint in Tokelau

Monday 22 – Tuesday 23 May, Wellington
Evidence-based policy decision

Wednesday 24 May, Webinar
Strengthening what works for children: Aligning target groups, theory of change and program components to outcomes

Wednesday 24 May, Wellington
Creating young, active citizens: How well is New Zealand doing?

Thursday 25 May, Wellington
Book Launch: Achieving Sustainable E-Government in Pacific Island States

Thursday 25 May, Auckland
Data, evidence and the public discourse

Thursday 25 May, Wellington
Protecting the planet in a world of ecological crisis

Friday 26 May, Wellington
IGPS Panel discussion on 2017 budget

 

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