PiP Seminar - Learning from change: Embedding effective evaluation into prevention practice

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Held on 11 February 2020, this seminar provides an insight into the challenges that primary practitioners face in evaluating and monitoring their projects. A curated panel of evaluation experts and prevention practitioners explore some of the most pressing questions that practitioners ask about the evaluation process:

  • Why is robust evaluation important to PVAW projects? And how does it support practitioners’ learning and amplify project impact?
  • How do practitioners move beyond a simple ‘box ticking’ approach and fully embrace project evaluation to facilitate learning and initiate transformative change?How do practitioners balance the need for robust evaluation with limited funding, time and capacity?
  • How do practitioners ensure their evaluation approach is feminist and intersectional?
Speakers: Loksee Leung – Research and Evaluation Lead, the Equality Institute Monique Bouma – PVAW Coordinator, Women’s Health in the North Kathryn Aedy – PVAW Team Leader, Multicultural Centre from Women’s Health
Partners in Prevention (PiP) is a network of professionals working in Victoria to support prevention of violence against women. The project is resourced by the Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria and funded by the Victorian Government.

Resource details

Resource type: Video
Duration: 1:58.14