Better Indigenous Policies: The Role of Evaluation


This is a publication of the proceedings from a roundtable on Better Indigenous Policies: The Role of Evaluation at Old Parliament House in Canberra held on 22-23 October 2012. The roundtable considered both the particular challenges in Indigenous policy evaluation and the actions needed to ensure that evidence gained from evaluations can be embedded in policy-making and program implementation. Participants included representatives of Indigenous organisations, government officials, academics, consultants and representatives of non-government organisations.

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