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105 results found for tag 'evaluation'

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Using Information Science to enhance educational preventing violent extremism programmes

Educational preventing violent extremism (EPVE) programs have had (to date) little if any theoretical underpinning. Given their proliferation in jurisdictions such as Canada, Australia, the United Kingdom, and other European countries, such an absence…

Projects

A Rapid Evidence Assessment to assess the outcomes of community and custody delivered vocational training and employment programmes on reoffending

PERU were partially funded by the Ministry of Justice to undertake a Rapid Evidence Assessment (REA) to assess the outcomes of community and custody delivered vocational training and employment programmes on reoffending. Vocational training…

Publications

Time to reset the clock on the design of impact evaluations in criminology

This paper highlights how qualitative research can enhance causal explanation in impact evaluations and provide additional causal leverage to findings from randomised experiments. We assess the extent to which randomised studies in criminology adopt mixed…

News

Reforming the State After Covid: the importance of evaluation

Last week PERU's Chris O'Leary was on the panel for a well attended webinar on 'Reforming the State After Covid'. Chris suggested that policy failure is inevitable, because policy makers always have imperfect knowledge (there are…

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