A user-led evaluation of the Restore Respect Project – Home Office Hate Crime Community Programmes.
This evaluation report is the final output of the Restore: Respect project, which consisted of a combination of training and restorative discussions with young people and professionals. This report summarises the key findings related to the outputs, outcomes and the impact of the project. By doing so, the final evaluation report aims to provide an evaluation model to determine the efficacy of the project over the 12 months it was delivered.
Restore: Respect was funded by the Home Office, and was delivered by Restorative Solutions in partnership with the IARS International Institute. The project aimed to work with young people who have been victims of hate crime and violence in the area of Bradford, UK.