We use theory-based evaluation to inform the development of interventions for political mobilisation and transnational solidarity; legal remedies and access to justice; and digital technologies and inequality.
We utilise process evaluation approaches to assess and help adapt intervention strategies to:
- Recruit participants;
- Select context-appropriate modes of delivery;
- Improve and tailor content to target groups;
- Monitor individual-level effects and unintended consequences;
- Document contextual influences;
- Elucidate causal mechanisms and identify pathways of change.
We draw on assessment methods such as: quantitative data collection; process tracing; in-depth interviews, rapid assessment surveys, secondary data analysis, case studies and/or cognitive interviews.
Evaluation and monitoring activities will explore, for example, perceptions of intervention delivery, content and effects as well as observable change mechanisms in light of contextual influences, and examine potential effects of activities on process indicators.