In a packed session, a group of 75 (standing room) foundation staff delved into the challenges of evaluation programs focused on promoting equity, explored how evaluation practices can advance racial equity goals, and discussed how equitable evaluation related to their own work. It was a lively discussion with quite a bit of activity on Twitter suggesting that the core principles of Equitable Evaluation resonated strongly. This was evident in being invited to submit a session for GEO 2018.
See the session materials here:
- Handout 1: World Cafe Equitable Evaluation Questions
- Handout 2: Equitable Evaluation Capacity Building Questions
- Handout 3: Equitable Evaluation Resources
The session was led by Teresa Behrens, Dorothy A. Johnson Center for Philanthropy, Jara Dean-Coffey, Luminare Group and Tom Kelly, Hawai’i Community Foundation.