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Evaluation Opportunity on Youth-led South Asian Heritage Project

26 Apr 2019 - 10:12 by michelle.foster

The Our Shared Cultural Heritage (OSCH) project is requesting proposals for Evaluation work for the three year project. British Council

OSCH is a UK-based initiative to test and evaluate new, sustainable models for heritage and youth organisations to better use cultural heritage as tool to engage young people from the South Asian diaspora and their peers. To deliver this project, British Council is working in partnership with Glasgow Life, Manchester Museums and Galleries, Rathbone Training, and UK Youth. It is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Kick the Dust programme,a £10 million grants programme for ambitious youth-focused projects that transform how heritage organisations engage with young people aged 11-25.

The British Council will be appointing an Evaluation Partner to work closely with the OSCH partners and the Youth Evaluators to evaluate the project for three years in both Glasgow and Manchester. This will include supporting both OSCH project and Kick the Dust programme level evaluation, training project staff in evaluation tools, submitting reports, and updating the Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning framework. Youth Evaluators are young people who will support project evaluation, who will be trained and coordinated by the Evaluation Partner.

Successful applicants will need to evidence strong experience in youth engagement and training; project and programme level evaluation and creative methodologies for research and data collection. As such it is envisaged that the successful tender may come from a partnership of researchers, youth work organization(s), sole traders and/or SMEs and would welcome joint proposals. The value of the tender is approximately £49,500 in total.

For further information, visit: www.britishcouncil.org/arts/culture-development/current-projects/south-asia/osch-evaluation-partner

Proposals need to be submitted to isobel.cecil@britishcouncil.org by Monday 13 May 2019.

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