Decolonising Evaluation

Evaluation plays an integral role in understanding how different visions of development are expressed and contested in programme design and management. Decolonization has been a central concern of the field, and there is a need to bring together a wide range of discussions concerned with decolonized evaluation. This course introduces participants to the intersection between evaluation and decolonization debates by understanding how evaluation has evolved with the development sector. We will raise key, current issues around decolonization of evaluation in Africa, and to advance the discussion on decolonized evaluation through a structured discussion. This course targets monitoring and evaluation practitioners, programme managers and development sector technical staff. This course is also intended for students, academics, or individuals with a broad range of interests in current debates in international development or decoloniality.

Created by: Wits University

Level: Introductory

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