Publication TypeResearch ReportAbstractIn June 2017, researchers from the Ground Up team within the Northern Institute of Charles Darwin University (CDU) were engaged by Tangentyere Council to undertake an evaluation of their Integrated Support Program (ISP). In the evaluation, CDU would facilitate stakeholder engagement and participation through meetings and workshops, focusing on the effectiveness of the program itself as well as its processes. The evaluation also articulates with Tangentyere Council’s desire to implement Evidence Based Policy and Practice (EBPP) more broadly across its service provision portfolio. Part of CDU’s role was to work closely with the Tangentyere Council Research Hub (TCRH) which undertook work with program participants and key Town Camp stakeholders.
This Final Report details the evaluation process, its findings and a series of recommendations. This report will be accompanied by a separate document (which we are calling the ‘Evaluation Toolbox’) which provides a program and resources for ongoing evaluation.AuthorCampbell, M.Spencer, M.Christie, M.Verran, H.Date2019Publication CollectionNorthern Institute Research Reports
Verran, H., Tangentyere’s Integrated Support Program (ISP) Evaluation (2019). Charles Darwin University, accessed 25/02/2024, https://digitalcollections.cdu.edu.au/nodes/view/4696