What works? Eight principles for meaningful evaluation of anti-prejudice work

Advice and Guidance
 

Who is this page for?

  • Anyone involved in projects to reduce prejudice and discrimination

Which countries is it relevant to?

    • Great Britain

      Great Britain

First published: 09 Nov 2017

Publication cover: Guide to evaluating anti-prejudice work

This guidance aims to help organisations measure the effectiveness of their projects to tackle, prevent or reduce prejudice, discrimination, identity-based violence or harassment.

It can be used as a planning tool to identify whether a new or existing intervention is working, and how it might be improved.

The guidance is for:

  • project coordinators
  • policymakers
  • evaluation and monitoring managers and funders who develop, put into practice or evaluate anti-prejudice work

It applies across different sectors, including third sector organisations, statutory bodies, central and local government, and those responsible for funding.

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