Renewal and Confluence: Navigating the Future of Evaluation

Business > Human Resources4/23/2024 4:00 PM

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As we prepare for the 2024 National Conference in New Brunswick in May, we are developing a virtual learning series in line with the conference theme, "Renewal and Confluence: Navigating the Future of Evaluation" to get the conversations started.

The first webinar in the series is “R.A.C.E Academy” with dr. monique inez liston.

R.A.C.E Academy

April 23: 12pm – 1:30pm ET

R.A.C.E. Academy is a learning process for organizations or programs to address equity through respecting, protecting, and fulfilling a sense of dignity, especially for people of color. It is a workshop designed to give participants the skills to navigate choppy waters. The curriculum is radical because of the intentional focus on addressing the root components of human engagement: personal and collective dignity. The goal of this process is to understand, interpret, and analyze how a person’s dignity may be affirmed or denied through the work of an organization or program.

R.A.C.E. Academy addresses the internal and external experiences of an organization’s staff and clients. This framework:

  • centers dignity as a mutually reflected sense of worthiness between individuals, groups, and their communities that deserves recognition and accountability;

  • interrogates and challenges interlocking systems of oppression from global and local viewpoints; and 

  • holds both the individual and the collective responsible for creating and sustaining equitable communities at all levels of engagement.

R.A.C.E. Academy is a process that addresses multiple levels of organizational and program impact simultaneously through a cohesive framework for critical thinking and engagement. Through participation in R.A.C.E. Academy, members will have a chance to explore biases, privileges, and cultural humility through dignity.

Register now for this webinar – it is free for members and non-members.


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Canadian Evaluation Society

With a community of over 1,400 members across the country and abroad, the Canadian Evaluation Society (CES) provides a home for people working in the field of evaluation to connect and grow, so they can have a greater impact on everyone they serve. CES offers various benefits to its members, including professional development opportunities, access to resources and publications, networking events, and career advancement support. Join CES to be part of a dynamic community dedicated to advancing the practice of evaluation in Canada.