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Miranda Lewis

As an IVAR Associate, Miranda has worked on a number of evaluations, including CollaborationNI, Clore Social Leadership, the Atlantic Philanthropies learning partnership and Detention Action’s litigation on the Detained Fast Track initiative.

Previous work: She has worked in the voluntary sector since 1998. Previously Miranda was Associate Director and Head of Qualitative Research at the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) thinktank, where she led work on understanding public attitudes to policy change and was head of IPPR’s flagship programme on the role of government and public behaviour change. Miranda published widely at IPPR and as media spokesperson regularly appeared on most news channels. Before IPPR, Miranda worked in Voluntary Service Overseas’ advocacy team for several years, working on policy and campaigns on HIV.

Social entrepreneurship as a reintegrative solution for ex-prison residents

ANS Research - The Jane Hatfield Award

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Bridging community divides

The impact of grassroots bridge building activities

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Summary of new briefing: Birds in a hurricane

Voluntary sector adaptation and resilience through and beyond Covid-19

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