Somebody’s Children:

Angles of Vision on the closing of the institutions at Shiroka Luka and Kyustendil, Bulgaria.

 A Report for Hope and Homes for Children.

 2014

 

 

CONTENTS

Acknowledgments

Executive Summary

 

SECTION 1

Introduction

 

The purpose of this report

Aims of the evaluation requested by Hope and Homes for Children

From retrospective to prospective angles of vision

1.4      Background to the DI process

1.5      The style and conduct of the evaluation  

1.6      Terms and definitions  

 

SECTION 2

The Hope and Homes for Children’s ‘model’ for the closure of institutions

 2.1      The work of Hope and Homes for Children

 

SECTION 3

Understanding the style of this evaluation

 3.1       Participatory evaluation

3.2       The preparation of researchers for data gathering

3.3        Understanding participatory ethics

3.4        Participants, data gathering methods, meetings and results

3.5        Participatory numbers

3.5        Re-focusing on processes and outcomes

 

SECTION 4

Angle of vision  – Perspectives and perceptions on Shiroka Luka

 4.1        Stories from the field

4.2        Significant themes arising

 

SECTION 5

Angle of Vision  – Perspectives and perceptions on Kyustendil

 5.1       Stories from the field

5.2       Significant themes arising

 

 SECTION 6

Looking for meaning and trying to focus on the generation of actionable knowledge

 6.1     A culture of SHARED MEASUREMENT

6.2     A culture of APPRECIATION

6.3 A STRENGTH-BASED ACTION culture

 

 

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