N"Every community where people are sitting down and knitting together, eating together, singing together will not have tension in it.” -Project Participantear Neighbours has undergone evaluation, both independent and internal, to assess the impact of our work.

Stories

Below are a handful of overviews of our work on issues that we have been working closely on.

Working with Newly Arrived Migrants - Download

Working with Vulnerable Women - Download  

Reports

The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations – Coventry University

CTPSR has conducted a summary evaluation on Catalyst, our leadership programme for young people between 16 and 30 years of age.

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The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations – Coventry University

CTPSR has conducted an evaluation on Catalyst, our leadership programme for young people between 16 and 30 years of age.

Download the Executive Summary

 

 

   


The Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations – Coventry University

CTPSR has conducted evaluation in the Black Country, West London, Luton, Birmingham and Bradford to reveal the impact of our programme across each area of our work.

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Download the Executive Summary

 



Woolf Institute – Cambridge

The Woolf Institute undertook a community focused evaluation, looking at five local neighbourhoods. There were Luton, the Black Country, Rochdale, Bury and Nottingham. This sought to reveal the impact our programme has had at a very local level.

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Near Neighbours - Small Grants Report

We have evaluated the work of our Small Grants Fund, with a particular focus on the projects supported during our programme’s second phase (Apr14-Dec15).

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Near Neighbours - Evaluation Summary

This is a summary of evaluations of the Near Neighbours programme (2014-2016).

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