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An evaluation stance that implies a lack of preference by the evaluator for the values or aims of any interest group in a programme or project and expressing a formal disinterest in respect of the programme or project outcomes. Impartiality requires that the evaluator set aside personal judgment to focus on feeding the judgment of participants.[1]


  1. Saville Kushner, in Mathison, Sandra. Encyclopaedia of Evaluation, pp 194, Ed. University of British Columbia. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2005.