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We support organisations and partnerships to review their progress, assess their achievements and measure the impact of
their work.


We believe that the single most important thing about an evaluation is that it should be useful. We design and deliver evaluations which help projects and agencies to learn from their work and make improvements for the future.


We use quantitative and qualitative methods to provide high quality, flexible, creative and collaborative evaluation approaches.


Examples of our evaluation work:


Breaking the links between poverty and ethnicity

We are working with the Joseph Rowntree Foundation to provide evaluation support to four demonstration projects (three in London and one in Bradford) which are testing out new approaches to tackling the links between ethnicity and poverty.


Better support for Litigants in Person

We are supporting a partnership of legal advice agencies to evaluate the effectiveness of their collaborative approach to improve support for people who may end up in court without any legal representation.


Supporting LGBT carers

We are working with Hackney & City Carers to evaluate their work supporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender carers.


Improving educational attainment for teenage refugees

We are evaluating the work of a charity in south London working with mainstream schools to help refugee teenagers to get good GCSEs in Maths and English.


Developing leadership skills of refugees

We evaluated the Rayne Fellowships, an innovative programme which aimed to develop capacity and leadership skills of 20 refugees in the UK.










Creating skills and jobs for refugees

We evaluated Language Interpreter Training as a Stepping Stone to Work, an initiative which transferred innovation from the UK to help refugees and migrants to become professional interpreters in Greece, Italy and Germany.










Increasing legal capability

We work closely with Law for Life to develop tools and methods for evaluating the effectiveness of public legal education programmes in helping people to become more confident and capable to resolve their own legal problems.










Improving support for foreign national offenders

We evaluated the Supporting Resettlement initiative, delivered by Praxis on behalf of the National Offender Management Service. The scheme improved co-ordination of services to help resettle foreign national women leaving prisons in England.











Rayne Fellowships




Language Interpreter Training as a
Stepping Stone to Work




Evaluation of the Law for Life Legal Capability for Everyday Life project


Praxis Supporting Resettlement




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