Commonweal Housing: Replicating interventions to address social injustice

Over the past 18 months, we have been working alongside Commonweal Housing to help them enhance the way they use learning and evaluation to inform their work on housing solutions for social injustice.

Our work with Commonweal has coincided with the culmination of the charity’s ten-year Re-Unite project . In many ways, Re-Unite was a formative project for Commonweal – it was one of the charity’s earliest projects, and while it was successfully replicated it also faced considerable policy challenges. As the charity moved on from Re-Unite to new projects, they wanted to be sure that they were taking what they had learned with them. 

This framework shows Commonweal Housing’s approach to piloting interventions that address social injustice, then replicating these solutions. 


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