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Evaluation for Social Justice: Cultural Sensitivity, Humility and Learning
May 28 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
*This program has been cancelled.
Culture is a major driver in people’s decision-making, thinking and behavior. It can be an asset for effective change, or it can be a barrier to progress. As a professional evaluating the impact and importance of your programs and services, you need to be aware of culture as you make decisions. This workshop will explore cultural learning, cultural assets, and how philanthropy, programming, and evaluation practitioners can integrate culture in a way that moves towards effective action.
This program is part of a series. View other programs in the series here:
- Introduction to Evaluation for Social Justice
- Evaluation for Social Justice: Community Engagement
- Evaluation for Social Justice: Responding to Context
Program fee: $35 Members of Forefront / $160 Non-members (Members must log into the Forefront website to obtain their discount. Create a new account here.)
Reminder! Forefront is moving!
This program will be held in the Forefront conference room at our new office in the FBRK Impact House:
200 West Madison, 2nd floor
Chicago, IL 60606
*Please note! Registration is required for this program and a government-issued I.D. is necessary to gain access to the building. Please allow extra time to clear the security desk.*
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