The Australasian Evaluation Society (AES) is a member based organisation which exists to improve the theory, practice and use of evaluation in Australasia for people involved in evaluation including evaluation practitioners, managers, teachers and students of evaluation, and other interested individuals. It has 860 members involved in all aspects of evaluation and performance measurement.
AES members across Australia and New Zealand engage with each other through networking, special interest groups, professional learning events, and many interact through their local regional group and local events. The Queensland region offers a variety of activities throughout the year centred on a free monthly seminar series. Non-members are welcome to attend many of these events and activities.
On 5 and 6 May 2016 in Brisbane, the AES will be holding a workshop on Theory based evaluation for complex systems.
You can find out more about upcoming seminars held by the Queensland branch online or subscribe to their emails for regular event updates.