The Centre is pleased to announce that it has been commissioned by the Greater London Authority (GLA) to provide evaluation support to the grantees of the Young Londoners’ Fund, as part of the Impact for Youth package of support. The Centre will provide a bespoke package of support, including training, consultancy and resources to enable over 200 funded projects to achieve validation against the Project Oracle Standards of Evidence over a two-year period, until December 2020.
This is the largest cohort of youth organisations to receive support through the Project Oracle framework, and we’re excited by the amazing opportunity it presents to understand more about the features of reflective youth providers who put their learning into practice. We also want to look to the future and consider how we can best integrate the Project Oracle offer into the Centre’s ongoing work.
More information about the Project Oracle Standards of Evidence is available here. Please contact Steve Hillman, Director of Networks and Practice Development, if you have any queries about our work in this area.
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