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Observing positive futures: Monitoring and evaluation programme

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This report brings together the findings of the three strands of research into Positive Futures MORI undertook in 2002-2003; the Key Elements, the Survey of Partner Agencies and Community Organisations and the Case Study visits to six projects

Positive Futures is a national sports-based social inclusion programme managed within the Home Office Drugs Strategy Directorate.

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Editor's comments - [  According to the Home Office’s Cul-de-sacs and Gateways, Positive Futures is a relationship strategy based on the principle that engagement through sport and the building of mutual respect and trust can provide cultural ‘gateways’ to alternative lifestyles. Within the individual projects, sport acts as a catalyst for bringing people with similar experiences and a shared interest together, within a supportive environment where secure opportunities are provided and participants are encouraged to make decisions for themselves. We also have a Ruff guide for sport and youth crime.  ]  Reference this?Cryer, J. (Year). This page title in italics. Retrieved date, from <this page's full URL>

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Reference : MORI. (2003). Observing positive futures: Monitoring and evaluation programme. London: Home Office

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