Submission to the Productivity Commission, Issues Paper for an Indigenous Evaluation Strategy, June 2019

Over the past 20 years there have been regular calls for more and better evaluation, but we cannot take a simplistic approach. It is not straightforward equation that more and better evaluation, will necessarily lead to better evidence-based policy and results. Structural reforms are a necessary precursor. Structural reforms that empower Indigenous people at every level, including locally and regionally, are fundamental to improving outcomes. These structural reforms are a necessary precursor to achieving transformative improvements to Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning.

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