“People say I make strange choices, but they’re not
strange for me. My sickness is that I’m fascinated
by human behaviour, by what’s underneath the
surface, by the worlds inside people.”
Or maybe you
“Everything that can be counted does not
necessarily count; everything that counts cannot
necessarily be counted”
“True genius resides in the capacity for
evaluation of uncertain, hazardous, and
are also fascinated
‘by human behaviour...
by the worlds inside people’
And want to explore
“what can and cannot be
counted; and what counts
And the genius of
4 - 6 May 2010
Here ... at the Abbotsford Convent
There will be two
And a day of post-conference
And it all starts, right here, NOW
With an interactive website (aka blog)
your stories of success and
So, if you’re interested in sharing, or learning,
about evaluating behaviour change...
Put the dates in your diary now
3 - 5 May 2010
or better still,
register, right here on the web site
and send this invitation to anyone else ...
especially someone that you would like to be
at the conference
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Show Me the Change
Complexity and the Art of Evaluation
May 4, 5, 6
Abbotsford Covent, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
Hosted by Sustainability Victoria, Swinburne University (National Centre for Sustainability)
Supported by Department of Sustainability & Environment, Victorian Local Sustainability Accord,
Australian Government (Dep. Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts)
Slides 1 to 6: The Wikimedia Commons (http://www.wikimedia.org)
Slide 16: Geology.com
Slideshow made by Viv McWaters and Geoff Brown