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Evaluation tools for equality PLE

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What did you achieve? Tools for collecting information

This guide will help you to monitor and evaluate your equality PLE project. In it we outline some of the key tools you can use to collect the information you need to monitor the progress of your project and find out if you achieved what you set out to.

We know that you are busy so we have made this guide quick and easy to use. Each tool has a brief summary which explains what it is and how it works, together with its pros and cons, to help you decide if it is the right tool for your project. We also give you top tips on how to put it into practice and provide links to more in-depth information in case you want a bit more detail.

We have also produced some examples of questionnaires designed to collect information that you may also find useful:

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