PAUL Partnership is committed to identifying, documenting, and sharing the learning from its work.  Research, evaluation, and performance monitoring is a central element of the organisation.  It cross-cuts all of the organisation’s programmes ensuring that information and knowledge is appropriately collected and recorded.  This knowledge is then used to identify/inform:

  • The scale and context of social inclusion issues
  • The development of appropriate responses and activities
  • The learning from the organisation’s activities – this learning applies to both impact and process
  • Strategic planning and development.

Research and evaluation resources are also made available to community organisations to support their planning and development.

For examples of previous research and evaluation undertaken or supported by PAUL Partnership, please go to Publications.

For further information in relation to research and evaluation, please contact: Helen Fitzgerald, Performance Monitoring, Research, and Evaluation Officer on