This guidance from University College London, Imperial College London and Oxford University aims to demystify the process of social impact evaluation. It takes practitioners through the key steps in an evaluation: 1) thinking through the aims of the evaluation; 2) defining relevant wellbeing outcomes and indicators; 3) designing the evaluation to link outcomes to the intervention; and 4) collecting data including applying methods to account for bias, social dynamics and ethical considerations. The guidance provides a range of real life case studies and ideas for appropriate methods and tools.
Evaluating the impacts of conservation interventions on human wellbeing: Guidance for practitioners
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