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Harvard Family Research Project describes a couple of upcoming evaluation conferences.

Australasian Evaluation Society
“Evaluation—Challenging Boundaries”
October 4–8, 1999
Perth, Western Australia

Keynote Conferences
PO Box 1126
West Leederville, Western Australia 6901
Tel: +618-9382-3799

This conference will encourage delegates to explore the various boundaries that exist in the field of evaluation including cultural boundaries, theoretical boundaries, sectoral boundaries, and organizational boundaries. The main themes include: challenges in evaluation practice, evaluation—serving the public interest, the role of evaluation in challenging social issues, evaluation of intersectoral programs, and internal and external evaluation.

American Evaluation Association
“The Territory Ahead—Foundations and Frontiers”
November 3–6, 1999
Orlando, FL

AEA Conference Committee
EdPA 330 Wulling Hall
86 Pleasant St. SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Tel: 651-503-6588

Workshops and discussions will examine the gains that have been made in evaluation over the past decades; clarify the unanswered questions that face the field; and build some alternative scenarios about the future of evaluation.

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