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This article examines the topical concept of cultural competence for evaluators by presenting reflections on the evaluation of "Breaking the silence: A project to generate critical knowledge about family violence within immigrant communities" as a case example. Experiences of the internal evaluator in relation to cultural competency are explored and implications for practice are presented. Including sufficient time to build relationships, facilitating a learning process, and developing evaluator competencies are among the salient themes presented.

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