Join the conversation - Strengthening what works for children

Join the conversation - Strengthening what works for children

23 May 2017

This webinar explained how funders, managers and practitioners can ensure their program's target group, activities and outcomes are in alignment.

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This webinar explained the theory of change and evidence matching process used by the Australian Centre for Child Protection to give funders, managers and practitioners the confidence that their program's target group, activities and outcomes are in alignment and matched to evidence. It also provided an opportunity to hear from service providers who have used the process and the insights they experienced as a result.

A full recording of this webinar is available on our YouTube Channel.

The audio, transcript and presentation slides are also available.

Related resources

  • CFCA research and evaluation practice guides
    A range of practice-focused resources designed to assist practitioners, managers and service providers with research and evaluation.
  • Expert Panel project resources
    The Expert Panel project provides a range of resources to help service providers with research and evaluation initiatives.
  • Theory of Change Online
    'Theory of Change Online' is a web-based software that helps with designing and managing your theory of change.
  • Australian Centre for Child Protection
    The Australian Centre for Child Protection is dedicated to research that focuses on practical tools and techniques that benefit front-line staff in child and family protective services so that they can truly help children and families.

The feature image is by Miles Tan, CC0 1.0.

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