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Some People Struggle: Now more than ever

In this blog, Prof. Karen McArdle (University of Aberdeen), member of Scotland’s Third Sector Research Forum, shows the need to look at ethics at every stage of a research project.


Could we get better at using evidence?

As third sector organisations, we collect lots of lovely self-evaluation evidence which we use in reports to funders. How can we get better at using them?


How do you like your evidence?

Evidence for self-evaluation can come from different sources and take different forms. But is any evidence better than other evidence?


Corra and the Storyteller’s Quest

This blog gives an overview of the workshop that Corra Foundation will present in the Third Sector Research Forum Conference on 17 February 2021.


Same but better – our new website design

How our new website aims to make content and design more accessible, and how we used evaluation to help us with design decisions.


Do we need a framework in a crisis?

Once upon a time in a world where tinned tomatoes and toilet rolls were abundant and hairdressers didn’t dress like welders, I spent a lot of time talking about the wonderful National Performance Framework (NPF). But one thing we’ve learned through this crisis is that some things we used to think were important are totally not.