Call for Papers

Evaluation practitioners, researchers and theorists are invited to prepare and submit manuscripts for review and possible publication in The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation, the peer-reviewed journal of the Canadian Evaluation Society. The Journal publishes:

  1. Articles of up to 6,000 words (generally) on all aspects of the theory and practice of evaluation including methodology; standards of practice; strategies to enhance the implementation, reporting, and use of evaluations; and evaluation audits/meta-evaluations. Articles reporting original empirical research on evaluation are of particular interest.
  2. Addressing Challenges in Evaluation Practice articles of between 1,500 and 3,000 words that present real-life cases by evaluation practitioners.
  3. Evaluation Practice Notes of between 1,000 and 3,000 words all aspects of evaluation practice with the goal of sharing practical knowledge, experiences and lessons learned of benefit to the evaluation community.
  4. Book Reviews of up to 1,000 words that provide a critique of authored and edited volumes of interest and relevance to the evaluation field.

Articles are published in English or French. Authors should ensure that all clues as to their identity are removed from manuscripts prior to submission. Prospective contributors are invited to forward an electronic copy of their manuscript (double-spaced) to

For more information contact the Editor at  [email protected] or visit the Journal page on the CES Web site.