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Indigenous Approaches to Program Evaluation

September 29, 2017 • 1 min read

It is imperative that an Indigenous world view be included in the evaluation framework, that community cultural protocols are understood and adhered to, that the evaluator positions him/herself by developing a relationship of trust and respect, that important issues are identified and redressed, and that the community’s political, social and cultural values are appreciated and incorporated into the methodology.

Indigenous Approaches to Program Evaluation
National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health (2014)

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