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SEMPRE evaluation partners meet in Stockholm

Published: 2017-03-22
SEMPRE evaluation partners meet in Stockholm

The partners responsible for evaluation in Stockholm on 20 March 2017 to discuss how the empowerment tools, micro projects and training modules can be evaluated in the SEMPRE project.

Susanne Jungerstam and Ulrika Häggström (Novia University of Applied Sciences), Doris Scheer (Diaconie of Schleswig-Holstein), Lena Kandelin (Sunderby Folk High School), Anna Berlina (Nordregio) and Hauke Siemen (REM Consult) convened at Arlanda airport and discussed how to measure different dimensions of empowerment, how to assess quality of social services and what contents should go into the project's main outputs - namely the empowerment handbook and the roadmap for organisations in the social sector.

 

Photo: (c) Hauke Siemen

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