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The Foundation appointed evaluators Ludvigsen McMahon Research to help us better understand how the environment that social action takes place in shapes the activity and its effects. The researchers examined the impact of both the #iwill Take Action Fund and the Young Change Makers Fellowship, on both the participants and others in their community. Young people with direct experience of these programmes were appointed as Peer Researchers. They spoke with other participants and with the support of Ludvigsen McMahon analysed the viewpoints they collected to answer the key evaluation question.The Zine
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