The purpose of the Key Elements document was to produce the first comprehensive national picture of Positive Futures projects and how they work. The Key Elements has done so, by investigating current levels of activity, key achievements and key barriers within core aspects of the projects, including; evaluation and monitoring, young people, key partnerships, project objectives, management, staff and sustainability. The collation of this information will help to evaluate the progress of Positive Futures and to support the development of a new monitoring tool.
Editor's comments - [ This report presents the findings from the Key Elements research [wave 1] conducted by MORI (Market & Opinion Research International) on behalf of the Home Office and Sport England.
A similar report evaluating the second wave of projects is available below. In the second document and using the findings from the previous wave (in the first document), the Key Elements tool has been tightened and there is a greater balance between the collection of quantitative and qualitative information. Particular areas of investigation include overall progress, partnerships, achievements, substance misuse prevention work, and general project information such as the demographic profile of participants. You may wish to see our Ruff guide to 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 : Martin A. Lee C. Phillips A. Fraser J. (2003). An Evaluation of positive futures: The key elements. Final Report. London: MORI
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