Australian Department of Immigration and Citizens is the legal organization that influences the execution of policies, and practicing of norms and values. At the same time, it is the Department of Immigration and Citizenship that provides funds for the running of the detention centers for asylum seekers (Crock 1993, 16).
Due to likelihood to experience interference from the political class and the management of the organization, it is important to use external evaluators who are independent of either interest group. Evaluators should also lack anything connecting them to the financiers of the organization under evaluation. Outside evaluators who also independent and immune to any influence of the political class and management will somehow accurate and reliable findings. This is because the evaluators have no group to favor or show compassion. Evaluators will investigate staff members serving in the detention centers for asylum seekers and the detained persons themselves. Evaluators will assess and compare states of the institution before and during the evaluation process.
The evaluation method used is very important as it directly seeks to gather information regarding how the staff members in the detention centers have abided to the accepted norms and cultural practices in delivering their services.
Goal- to determine the extent of to which the organization has practiced and respected the Codes of Ethics as required by the Australian Association of Social Workers. The goal of the evaluation is also the impact of training offered to the staff regarding proper cultural and ethical and concerns in the detention centers.
Purpose – the purpose of the evaluation is to identify loopholes and weakness depicted by staffs and organization in general towards proper service delivery for the detained asylum seekers. This evaluation also intends to