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Pro Bono Economics recommends employment charity WorkingRite collects destination data to establish long-term impacts

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Pro Bono Economics, having engaged with employment charity WorkingRite, has recommended that it carry out further data collection if it is to demonstrate long-term outcomes from its mentored work placement programmes, such as sustaining a job or apprenticeship.

According to the charity’s...

Pro Bono Economics examines impact of Governors for Schools

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National education charity Governors for Schools exists to improve educational standards in schools across the UK through effective governance. As well as pairing governors and trustees with schools – working with over 11,000 governors and 8000 schools in the last 5 years – the organisation...

Pro Bono Economics advises MyBnk on collection and analysis framework

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MyBnk provides a range of financial education and enterprise workshops in schools and youth organisations that aim to build their financial capability. These programmes, delivered by expert trainers, are designed to help schoolchildren develop the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to...

Report for Walking With The Wounded shows each £1 invested in Employment Programme could deliver £3 in social benefits

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Walking With The Wounded is a charity providing support and services to veterans who are homeless, unemployed, in police custody, or suffering with mental health issues, with the aim of re-integration into society. Founded in 2010, the charity has provided help to thousands of individuals...

Report for Equal Education outlines benefits of different commissioning approaches

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Equal Education is a social enterprise that recruits and trains teachers to work one to one with Looked After Children to reduce the observed reduction that care status has on educational attainment and narrow the education gap. Equal Enterprise approached PBE to conduct a review of existing...

New report for Cambridge Cyrenians shows intervention results in improved circumstances for older homeless people

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Cambridge Cyrenians is a local charity offering accommodation, mental health support, employment and other services to homeless men and women. Having delivered services for over 50 years, the organisation currently offers 101 bed spaces over 20 different schemes, recognising the specific needs...

Report for The Dulverton Trust shows adventure learning programmes benefit young people

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Established in 1949, The Dulverton Trust is an independent grant-making charity currently providing funds to various charities offering adventure learning and leadership programmes, with the aim of improving the behavioural and emotional wellbeing of young people. At Pro Bono Economics, we are...

Report for AFRIL advises on feasibility and data requirements

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Action for Refugees in Lewisham (AFRIL) supports refugees and asylum seekers in the Borough of Lewisham by providing access to services, advice and experience. Founded in 2006 in response to a lack of local services, the charity has helped hundreds of...

StreetInvest report helps to establish state of play on Local Authority provision of detached youth work

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StreetInvest is an International Development NGO, founded in the UK in 2008. They host a global network of organisations and individuals who share a vision of putting a trustworthy adult into the life of every street child, helping street-connected...

Report for The Reader shows evidence on the links between social isolation and health outcomes

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The Reader is a social enterprise that aims to improve wellbeing and reduce social isolation, delivering Shared Reading in the health, youth and criminal justice sectors. They work with various partners such as mental health trusts, public health departments, clinical commissioning groups, local...


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