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Our projects

Our mixed methods team of independent academics have delivered evidence for charities, industry, and government policy makers on a range of scales.

Take a look at a snapshot of our projects below. 

Green Space and Wellbeing

Evidencing the benefits of having access to green spaces.

In collaboration with the New Economics Foundation and What Works Wellbeing, we conducted a rapid synthesis of the evidence for the health benefits of access to green spaces. We produced a set of presentation slides that could be adapted and used by any green space organisation to enable them to make their case for continued funding and support.


The Magpie Project

Supporting mothers and children living in temporary accommodation.

The self-evaluation toolkit we developed with The Magpie Project has enabled them to embed effective systems to track outcomes and keep learning. The evaluation we produced enabled them to reflect on their practice, gather evidence on the full range of outcomes they achieve and celebrate achievements.


Our input has helped The Magpie Project to build a body of evidence to support their applications for further funding to grow their charity and support more clients.

The Monday Morning Club

Evaluating social impact of unemployment intervention.

The Monday Morning Club provides training to unemployed individuals and aims to teach practical skills such as time-management, self-organisation and job applications techniques. We are providing ongoing research consultation to help design surveys to carry out an impact evaluation of this course


Get in touch

For a free consultation, or to discuss how we can progress your research journey, contact our Engagement Lead, Fran Harkness.

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