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Tuesday, May 28 • 15:00 - 16:30
Connecting to Reconciliation through our Profession and Practice

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In 2016 CES committed to incorporating reconciliation into its values, principles, and practices. The progress has CES made on its path to reconciliation will be briefly presented. This will lead into a participant discussion regarding the role(s) CES and evaluation can play in reconciliation. What should reconciliation look like through a CES lens and an evaluation lens? Participants will be briefly introduced to EvalIndigenous, an EvalPartners global network which was launched in the parliament of Nepal in 2015. EvalIndigenous is attempting to increase the recognition and understanding of evaluation practices within Indigenous contexts and to promote Indigenous people's self-determination of their evaluation agenda. Participants will be then invited to share their successes and challenges related to Indigenous evaluation and identify priorities that should be pursued by CES, as well as possible roles EvalIndigenous and other allies can play in CES's journey to reconciliation. Discussions will be transcribed for sharing with CES and other allies as appropriate.

Speakers
avatar for Larry Bremner

Larry Bremner

Proactive Information Services Inc.
Mr. Bremner (Métis) has worked in research and evaluation for approximately 35 years. In 1984 he established Proactive to provide social research services to the not-for-profit and public sectors. He is the 2018 CES Service Award winner, past CES President (2012-2104), Founder of... Read More →
avatar for Nicole Bowman

Nicole Bowman

Culturally Responsive Evaluator, BPC & UW-Madison
For over two decades, Dr. Bowman has utilized traditional Indigenous knowledge and theories to inform her policy, evaluation, and professional practice. As a 2018 recipient of the AEA Service Award (first Indigenous awardee), she regularly publishes/provides leadership to inform nation-to-nation... Read More →
avatar for Andrealisa Belzer

Andrealisa Belzer

Sr. Evaluation Advisor, Indigenous Services Canada
Andrealisa is Credentialed Evaluator employed by the Atlantic Region of First Nations Inuit Health Branch, Indigenous Services Canada. She has practiced evaluation in Canada and Germany since 1995, working for NGO's, government, as a freelance consultant, and volunteering. She is... Read More →


Tuesday May 28, 2019 15:00 - 16:30
Atlantic Ballroom - Conference Level

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