Make Our Rights Reality Programme Evaluation: Final report from the process evaluation

The Make Our Rights Reality (MORR) is a multi-faceted legal rights education and social action training programme designed for 15 to 25 year-old disadvantaged and vulnerable young people (e.g., care leavers, mental health problems). The MORR program comprises a) 2-5 core legal rights training sessions covering 9 hours and 18 activities and b) social action […]

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Realist impact evaluation: an introduction

Realist impact evaluation is an approach to impact evaluation that emphasises the importance of context for programme outcomes. This introduction will help evaluators and commissioners of evaluations to decide whether a realist approach is appropriate for evaluating the impact of a particular policy or programme.

Realist impact evaluation: an introduction
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Introduction to Randomised Evaluations

A Randomized Evaluation is a type of Impact Evaluation that uses random assignment to allocate resources, run programmes, or apply policies as part of the study design. Like all impact evaluations, the main purpose of randomised evaluations is to determine whether a program has an impact, and more specifically, to quantify how large that impact […]

Introduction to Randomised Evaluations
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Measuring Success in Online Courts – An Empirical Challenge

This briefing paper, prepared in support of an expert workshop convened in partnership with UCL Laws reviews the metrics that are currently used to illustrate the success or otherwise of online courts, a particular type of public justice system online dispute resolution project. The paper identifies gaps in existing approaches to quantifying the success of […]

Measuring Success in Online Courts – An Empirical Challenge
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