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The Atlantic Philanthropies' Children and Youth Programme in Ireland and Northern Ireland: 2011 Programme Evaluation Findings

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  • Diane Paulsell
  • Cassandra Pickens Jewell

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The Strategic Learning and Evaluation Executive of Atlantic Philanthropies (AP) asked Mathematica Policy Research to evaluate progress made by its Children and Youth (CY) programme in the Republic of Ireland (ROI) and Northern Ireland (NI) towards achieving its two core objectives: (1) promote prevention and early intervention; and (2) advance children’s rights.

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  • Diane Paulsell & Cassandra Pickens Jewell, 2012. "The Atlantic Philanthropies' Children and Youth Programme in Ireland and Northern Ireland: 2011 Programme Evaluation Findings," Mathematica Policy Research Reports e041fbb7e19a43a690a16d996, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Children and Youth Program Ireland Northern Ireland Education;

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    • Z - Other Special Topics

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