Evaluation of Involve Programmes, 2008-2009
This research study was spread across a series of three evaluations of Involve programmes
Involve are a national charity that designed a number of programmes to help 'hard-to-reach' communities and populations.
The evaluations were centred around the RAW self-development programmes that were devised for young men involved in gangs/street crime, young women at risk of offending or involved in offending, and parents in deprived communities.
The evaluations use ethnographic techniques such as observation and open-ended interviewing.
The project was carried out on behalf of LSBU's Families and Social Capital Research Group.
To find out more about this work, contact Dr Tracey Reynolds, or search our People Finder for academics researching in this area.