Diversity, Our Interwoven Experiences
June 13 to 15, with workshops from June 11
Please note that the deadline has passed and proposals are no longer accepted.
With great joy, the organizers of the 2022 national Canadian Evaluation Society Conference, C2022, invite all professionals from the public, private, not-for-profit and academic sectors to submit their proposals for:
- Presentations (guidelines for submissions found here)
- Professional Development Workshops (guidelines for submissions found here)
- Thematic Breakfast Presentations (guidelines for submissions found here)
All proposals must be aligned with the C2022 theme: “Diversity, Our Interwoven Experiences”. C2022 will explore the world of evaluation through the following three sub-themes:
- Exploring the diversity of evaluators (e.g., education, social/cultural backgrounds, language, geographic representation), evaluator roles (e.g., advocate, impartial third party, educator), and evaluation approaches (e.g., developmental, formative, summative, Indigenous-led).
- Similar to the meeting of the Red and Assiniboine River in Winnipeg, this conference will facilitate the coming together of diverse individuals, whose thoughts and perspectives will be interwoven to contribute fresh, new insight for our community.
- The conference will value past experiences and use those experiences to work in the present and guide us into the future.
The conference will be held in-person (subject to provincial health restrictions) on June 13, 14 and 15, 2022. Pre-conference workshops will be online June 11, 2022, and in-person on June 12, 2022.
Proposals will be accepted online as of November 25, 2021. All three calls for proposals will close on January 10, 2022, by 11:59 p.m. CST. This is a firm deadline. There will be no extension.
Finally, the organizers of C2022 are committed to supporting diversity in all aspects of the conference. This includes the conference presentations and workshops, where we hope to feature contributions from traditionally underrepresented or marginalized groups.