An exploration into the potential of evaluations to support social change efforts and enact social justice, this paper critically examines evaluations and demonstrates how 3 types of social justice-oriented evaluation approaches have repurposed the role, influence and power embedded in evaluations to deepen the participant’s role in deciding evaluative outcomes.
Exploring Social Justice-Oriented Evaluations
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Kat is a UC Davis graduate with a BS in sustainable agriculture and food systems. Her current research explores cultural food identities in immigrant communities, economic drivers of food insecurity, food equity, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and self-determined capacity building. Her commitment to food equity, regenerative farming, and social justice is informed by her Hmong diaspora heritage and experience as an off-the-grid, regenerative farmer. She is inspired by the will of resilient action and believes in the power of collective dedication.Read more about Kat Vang