People don’t want to fund projects, or organisations, or even people – they want to fund change. And they want to work with professionals who know the territory. Last week I introduced the three hallmarks of a good evaluation plan and covered the first of those, “relevance”, in some detail. This week, I’m unpacking the […]
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Entries by Alan Mackie
When a potential funder glances at your application for a grant will they see reassuring signs of quality or something that immediately makes them wary? When an antique collector finds what they suspect is a piece of fine English silverware they flip it over and look for a set of hallmarks – simple indicators that […]
National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in the US runs from 2-8 April 2017 and has prompted me to reflect on the importance of the victim’s voice in delivering effective criminal justice interventions. NCVRW is led by the Office for Victims of Crime, part of the US Department of Justice, and has taken place every year […]
We’re pleased to announce that Jack will be hosting a workshop at The Centre for Youth Impact’s ‘The Measure and the Treasure: Evaluation in personal and social development’ conference on 16th March. The Centre for Youth Impact is hosting the day-long conference to focus on issues of measurement and personal and social development. “The day […]