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Trauma-Informed Evaluation is a lens/framework to improve evaluation practice, specifically evaluator behavior and study design. It will help build trust and greater understanding between the evaluator and stakeholders, participants, and informants. It will add a perspective that considers the larger context and experience of people, organizations, institutions, and cultures by way of acknowledging trauma and its detrimental effect on the growth and wellbeing of people and communities. During this workshop we’ll explore how we can ensure evaluation design accounts for trauma among those we engage in our work. At minimum, how do we avoid reinforcing trauma? As evaluators, what can we do to be more trauma-informed in our methodology, data collection, and analysis?
Please join us as we learn from the following panel of presenters:
Develop your evaluator competencies in the areas of: context – focuses on understanding the unique circumstances and perspectives of evaluations and stakeholders/participants, and interpersonal – focuses on human relations and social interactions that ground evaluator behavior and effectiveness.
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