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Monday, September 16 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Bringing the voice and knowledge of indigenous people and communities to evidence building and evaluation in a way that empowers

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This panel will explore key ideas about how evaluation can improve and be more useful in meeting the needs of Indigenous people now and into the future. We will examine what evaluation and evidence means in an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander context and how culture and knowledge systems can inform concepts of evaluation. The panel will also discuss real-world suggestions for how commissioners of evaluations and evaluators can support communities and those who work with them to own their evaluations, by fostering a culture of empowerment, strengths based, collaborative design.

Presenters
avatar for Emma Walke

Emma Walke

Academic Lead Aboriginal Health - Co-Lead Community Engagement, University Centre for Rural Health
I'm a Bundjalung woman, my family from Cabbage Tree Island/Ballina area Northern NSW. I have a role that works with Medical and Allied health Students when away from their home base universities to understand and work better with Aboriginal and or Torres Strait Islander peoples. I... Read More →
avatar for Doyen Radcliffe

Doyen Radcliffe

Regional Manager, Indigenous Community Volunteers
Doyen Radcliffe is a Yamatji Naaguja Wajarri man from the Midwest Region of Western Australia. Doyen  is a community minded individual with a passion for empowering  Indigenous communities to reach their real potential to improve  quality of life, health, social and economic wellbeing... Read More →
avatar for Simon Jordan

Simon Jordan

Director, Aboriginal Projects and Partnerships, ARTD
Simon is a highly experienced Aboriginal practitioner and policy analyst with expertise in service design, evaluation, program development and management and change management. Simon has over 20 years’ experience in the human services field, leading major change initiatives across... Read More →
avatar for Megan Williams

Megan Williams

Senior Lecturer​ and Head, Girra Maa Indigenous Health Discipline, ​University of Technology Sydney
Dr Megan Williams is Senior Lecturer and Head of the Indigenous Health Discipline at the Graduate School of Health and a Wiradjuri descendent through her father’s family. She has over 20 years’ experience combining health service delivery, evaluation and research, particularly... Read More →
avatar for Nattlie Smith

Nattlie Smith

Manager Paths to Positive Client Outcomes, Aboriginal Housing Office
Natt is a proud Wiradjuri woman, whose mob is originally from Condobolin. She has over 20 years of experience in both policy and operational roles across many human service areas including Aboriginal health, Aboriginal Home Care Service, education, disability, aged care, child protection... Read More →


Monday September 16, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm
Pyrmont Theatre 14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia