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24 November 2016

New EIF director of evidence Tom McBride reflects on the evolution he has seen in the role of evidence in Whitehall policy-making, and its critical role for a civil service bracing itself for the demands of Brexit.

18 November 2016

We are publicising upcoming programme assessments to ensure that providers, developers and evaluators of social and emotional learning interventions have the opportunity to comment on the scope and process for the work and to decide whether they would like to be involved.

17 November 2016

The cost of picking up the pieces from damaging social problems affecting children, young people and families such as domestic violence and abuse, mental health, abuse and neglect, unemployment and youth crime remains almost £17 billion a year, new research shows.

26 October 2016

Carey Oppenheim outlines five key lessons from the evaluation of the Troubled Families programme, focusing on the importance of evaluation, evidence sharing, a learning culture in policymaking, payment by results and spotting risks early.

21 October 2016

Daniel Acquah, Evidence Analyst at EIF, shares his thoughts on transparency and trust when building relationships.

28 September 2016

The Early Intervention Foundation is pleased to invite interested organisations to tender for a new piece of work entitled ‘Patterns of Competence and Signals of Early Risk in Early Child Development’.

23 September 2016

Ben Lewing, Implementation Adviser for the Early Intervention Foundation: As far as inter-parental relationships are concerned, when it comes to asking those ‘nosy’ questions, nothing is off limits.

31 August 2016

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