(en anglais seuelement)
Canadian Evaluation Society - Saskatchewan chapter invites you to a Panel on practical insights for more equitable data collection. The three panelists will share their experiences in working with specific communities and highlighting effective equity-enhancing practices for collecting data.
• Dr. Jacob Alhassan (he/him), Assistant Professor, Department of Community Health and Epidemiology, College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
• Colleen Christopherson-Cote (she/her), Coordinator, Saskatoon Poverty Reduction Partnership (SPRP)
• Andrew Hartman (they/them), Founder & CEO, Psystem
Registration link (non-CES members): https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/supporting-equitable-evaluation-practical-insights-for-data-collection-tickets-482442798397
A discounted rate is available for current members of CES. Members of CES - Saskatchewan will receive an email with details on how to register with this rate. If you did not receive this email or are not in our system (e.g. your membership is with another CES chapter), please contact our administrative assistant at [email protected]. You can also contact us if cost would be a barrier or to inquire for a group discount.
Relevant Competencies for Canadian Evaluation Practice:
2.7 Identifies data requirements, sources, sampling, and data collection tools.
3.2 Identifies stakeholders’ needs and their capacity to participate, while recognizing, respecting, and responding to aspects of diversity.
3.3 Respects all stakeholders and strives to build and maintain trusting relationships.