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Ethical Practice in the Field: Melbourne Workshop

Organiser(s): RDI Network Topics Ethical research and evaluation | Tools & Guidance
2018-05-16 09:00:00 2018-05-16 17:00:00 Australia/Sydney Ethical Practice in the Field: Melbourne Workshop Develop your knowledge and skills in ethical practice of research and evaluation for international development. Building 37, Level 3, Room 18 RMIT University, City Campus 411 Swanston Street (corner A'Beckett Street) Melbourne RDI Network Calendar Register
  • Do you commission or practice research for international development?
  • Are you involved in project or program evaluations?
  • Do you work with vulnerable or marginalised groups?

The RDI Network is offering a professional development workshop for researchers, evaluators and practitioners to strengthen their knowledge and confidence in ethical practice of research and evaluation practices.

Special offer: This workshop is FREE for staff or volunteers of ACFID NGO Members in Catgories 5-9*.

Participants will unpack the Principles and Guidelines for Ethical Research and Evaluation in Development and examples of best practice from the Australian international development community. Throughout the one-day workshop, participants will also learn about and trial tools and strategies to assist researchers and evaluators when ethical dilemmas arise in the field.

This workshop is designed for international project coordinators, researchers and evaluators to build skills, knowledge and confidence in ethical practice in their work, and to share these with in-country partners and collaborators.

Join us on May 16 for this unique opportunity to gain knowledge, skills and tools, guided by expert facilitation and peer learning opportunities.

Registration:

Registrations fees:

Non-ACFID Members $180 +GST
ACFID Members Cat. 1-4* and Affiliates $150 +GST
ACFID Members Cat. 5-9* FREE

*ACFID membership categories can be verified by contacting us.

Places are limited and registration is essential: click here.

The RDI Network acknowledges the generous support of the International Development Program, RMIT University in hosting this workshop.