Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) are inviting expressions of interest to conduct an external evaluation of the Routes Project; funded by the UK Governments ‘Building a Stronger Britain Together’ programme.
The Routes Project is an educational intervention service across the five local authorities in Tyne and Wear. The project aims to, in partnership with local authorities and schools/educational provisions (such as pupil referral units and emotional & behavioural difficulties provisions), reach young people (aged 13-18) who are expressing pronounced racist views and/or who are vulnerable to being drawn into far-right politics.
Interested parties are required to submit a proposal detailing their proposed approach and methodology, paying attention to budget and timescales. There is a budget of £1000 for this piece of work.
The key requirements are to:
• Meet with SRtRC staff for an introduction to the project and relevant partnerships.
• Review existing evaluation criteria.
• Undertake meetings with SRtRC staff, key partners and beneficiaries, as appropriate.
• Write an evaluation, that will be used to feed in to internal learning and service development.
Applicants are requested to submit an expression of interest that includes an overview of achievable outcomes, timescales and evaluation length and format, in light of the available budget.
Following a review of submissions, SRtRC staff may wish to discuss proposals in more detail, before identifying a successful partner.