The Pluralistic Evaluation Framework: A Workshop for People in Policy Impact Appraisal
Tuesday 3rd July 2018, 11:00 - 16:00
University of York
When a problem is to be solved in a complex environment with a diversity of stakeholders, how can a policy be democratically justified as “good” use of public funds? How can we appraise policies in a more concrete way than resorting to vague general value judgements such as “enhanced” and “improved”? A comprehensive policy evaluation ought to analyse what good outcomes might mean to different stakeholders in a given context.