19 July 2022 / 12-1pm
Join Dr Debbie Goodwin and friends as they discuss:
Creating space for meaningful evaluation: Development of a kaupapa Māori evaluation framework for evaluating co-design projects with Māori.
Co-design is a term and methodology that is being used prolifically across Government sectors and often thrusted on communities, in particular Māori communities, often with good meaning. However, there is a need to look closer at the processes and values behind co-design. What are the conditions for successful co-design with Māori and how might we ensure we are designing for real change?
As part of her PhD research Debbie developed and tested a range of questions, criteria and tools based on the experience and kōrero of Māori practitioners in the health and co-design sector.
Debbie will share an overview of her PhD mahi, culminating in the Tukutuku framework: a collection of evaluation tools to support the evaluation of co-design from a Māori perspective.
What to expect this session:
1. Clarity and perspectives on co-design
2. Hear and learn about the development of a kaupapa Māori evaluation framework
3. Tools for evaluating co-design
4. Connect with other practitioners in evaluation and design
Dr. Debbie Tuhi Goodwin, Evaluation Researcher, DBZ Consultancy Ltd I Tuakana Teina Evaluation Collective
Louise Were, Kaiaromātai @ Hikitia (Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Tūwharetoa)