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Inspiring Impact resource

Inspiring Impact resource

Involving users in shaping services (Feb 2018)

Inspiring Impact has produced a guide to share examples and tips from organisations who involve their users in shaping their ...

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Case study

User Involvement Case Study: Championing evaluation - YoMo

YoMo Health Champions show the benefits of involving young people in evaluation.

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User Involvement Case Study: Getting evaluation done without lots of moans and groans! - SWYDT

Springhall and Whitlawburn Youth Development Team show how they involved young people in evaluation.

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User Involvement Case Study: Getting the balance right - SWYDT

Springhall and Whitlawburn Youth Development Team has been supporting young people to take the lead on evaluation since 2018, with ...

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User Involvement Case Study: Music to my ears - Beatroute Arts

Where We Belong, run by Beatroute Arts in Balornock in North East Glasgow provides young people from the area with ...

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User Involvement Case Study: The power of the emoji - Gowrie

Gowrie Care's Streets Ahead service show how the organisation involved their service users in evaluation.

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User Involvement Case Study: Youth Ambassadors leading on evaluation - RASAC

Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre Perth and Kinross (RASAC P&K) on how they involved their Youth Ambassadors to help evaluate ...

Report

Report

Young people taking the lead on evaluation

Young people taking the lead on evaluation - Key messages from 11th April 2019

Other Resources

Make it count: Why impact matters in user involvement

This paper from NPC argues for a greater focus in the charity sector on what user involvement aims to achieve, ...

Why bother involving people in evaluation? – Beyond feedback

This workbook can help you plan why, when and how to involve the people you work with in evaluation.

Why does evaluation matter in Co-Production?

A blog from Dawn Smith (Public Engagement Officer at Edinburgh Napier University) about the Scottish Co-Production Network's workshop on Evaluating ...

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