Our August evaluation workshops are now fully subscribed! If you missed out, recordings of all three workshops will be available online by the end of August. A recording of the first workshop, Key ideas and useful evaluation frameworks is available here.
We also have a number of other resources on evaluation resources available in our knowledge hub, Te Pūaha O Te Ako.
Embedding evaluation in your mahi is a record of an online workshop on the Southern Initiative’s Niho Taniwha Framework. Facilitated by CSI Associate Rachael Trotman, with speakers Penny Hagen from the Auckland Co-Design Lab and Sophia Beaton from The Southern Initiative’s Tamariki Wellbeing team, this workshop introduces the Niho Taniwha framework and Penny and Sophia chart their learning journey around embedding evaluative practice.
Frameworks for understanding and demonstrating social impact. In this video, Rachael Trotman introduces two simple frameworks anyone can use to understand social impact.
Evaluation to support the social impact journey is a blog by Rachael Trotman. It is based on a presentation Rachael made to Social Enterprise Auckland, a group of social enterprises and their supporters working for sustainable social change in the region. It looks at how evaluation ‘helps us to convey the realities and complexities of social change work and highlights values and actions underpinning that work.”