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An evaluation of the MLA Their Past Your Future 2 programme, 2008-2010

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Dodd, J., Jones, C., Watson, S., Golding, V. and Kirk, E.

2011

The Their Past Your Future 2 programme ran during 2007/10 and built on the success of the first programme which ran during 2004/07. It was an annual grant programme funded by The Big Lottery Fund of £1.5 million open to all museums, libraries and archives in England.

The programme evaluation was undertaken by the Research Centre for Museums and Galleries (RCMG) at the University of Leicester focused on projects taking place in 2008/10 and used data collected during 2007-08 to give context. It aimed to answer two research questions:

1) Has activity within the programme increased young people’s knowledge and understanding of the impact of conflict?
2) What is the impact of participation in MLA TPYF2 programme for individuals/ communities?

The evaluation involved a project survey, project case studies and a qualitative response card survey of project participants.

Publisher


Museums, Libraries & Archives Council

Year published


2011

Commissioned by


Museums, Libraries & Archives Council

Publication record created on


26/05/2011

Authors


Dodd, J., Jones, C., Watson, S., Golding, V. and Kirk, E.

Author organisation


Research Centre for Museums and Galleries

Domains


Archives
Libraries
Museums

Geographical coverage


England

Other keywords


TPYF2
Their Past Your Future 2

Social groups


Children and young people
Older people

Social outcomes


GSO (Generic Social Outcomes)
Positive outcomes for vulnerable groups
Learning & skills
Community empowerment & active citizenship
Community cohesion & inclusion