13 March 2019
Date: 2pm-4.30pm, Thursday 25th April
Location: London Youth, 47-49 Pitfield Street, London N1 6DA
Lily Eastwood (Director of Learning, Hackney Pirates) will be sharing the findings from their recently completed evaluation, which sought to find out what was driving the positive impact of their programme
Hannah Woods (Head of Evaluation & Learning, Gingerbread) will be talking us through Gingerbread’s learning journey, the development of their new change framework, and how they will be using this to re-design their services and programmes, and inform their data collection and measurement activities.
There will also be an opportunity to get support from your peers with your own ‘impact headaches’.
Contact: If you have any questions or have any issues registering with the link below, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Regional Impact Network
We run the Regional Impact Network with support from the Centre for Youth Impact to help youth organisations to undertake meaningful evaluation and impact measurement. It provides a safe space in which members can share issues or challenges that they are facing in their work, seek advice from peers, and access support that will inform their practice. We aim to make the sessions as practical as possible, drawing on the knowledge and expertise of members of the network, as well as experts in their field. Previous speakers have included representatives from the Centre for Youth Impact, NPC, Project Oracle, and Superhighways. You can find notes from previous meetings here.