Slowly returning…

Due to unforeseen personal and family issues, I have been unable to work.
I am now slowly returning to the World, so please do get in touch!
Thank you for your patience 🙂

Should settled migrants be allowed to vote in all UK elections?

The issue of whether or not settled migrants should be allowed to vote in the UK is a topic of ongoing debate and discussion.  Settled or “Indefinite leave to remain is how you settle in the UK. It’s also called ‘settlement’. It gives you the right to live, work and study here for as long […]

Do you need social monitoring & evaluation?

Social monitoring and evaluation are crucial for smaller charities for several reasons: 1. Demonstrating Impact: Smaller charities often operate on limited budgets and resources. As such, it’s essential that they can demonstrate the effectiveness and impact of their programs to funders, donors, and other stakeholders. Monitoring and evaluation provide evidence of the outcomes and impact […]

A learning tool

Evaluation has traditionally  been used in the third sector  to “justify” funding from this or that funder. Considering the complex needs of beneficiaries, the wide range of interventions and the rippling effect of “lesser interventions”, trying to evaluate a stream of funding/funder is an incredible way to minimise or reduce the impact of the sector. […]

Voting for migrants: upcoming research

To the settled migrant community and Civil Society in the UK: How important is for you, settled migrant, to being allowed participation in the General Elections? Given the chance, would YOU vote? Is civic representation with taxation important for you? As a non-migrant member of the UK society, do you think settled migrants in the […]



Independent Social Monitoring and Evaluation

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