What works website

Is your organisation struggling to show the value of its work?  or in need of some tools to help develop an outcomes framework?  Look no further !

The Community and Voluntary Sector Research Centre has launched the What Works website!

The website offers an array of practical supports to non-government organisations

  • The fundamentals of building a strong foundation
  • How to get started
  • Tools
  • Sharing the learnings
  • Sharing case studies/stores
  • Aotearoa research
  • Global research

Check out the What Work video to see a short introduction on how to navigate this new website.

And there’s more…


Webinar: How to Amaze Your Funders with Watertight Evidence!

A live Webinar – Tuesday 9th February 11.00am.  Manu Caddie and Rachael Trotman present a live, interactive 45-minute ‘seminar at your desk’ on Google Hangouts on Air.  Places are free of charge.

Join us for the first of the Community Research Summer Series Webinars 2016.  For the time-poor and the cash-strapped.  For those under pressure to produce evidence of real results.  For those who make a difference in Aotearoa. Register here:

Kay Fryberg’s thinkpiece

Community Research invites your comments on Kate Frykberg’s thinkpiece “The Fishhooks of Funding for Outcomes”, on the What Works website. Have your say!

New Research from the Community Research site:

Find a researcher or evaluator

The Community Research online directory of researchers is the place to find a local, skilled researcher who works well with iwi and communities. Find a researcher

Find out more about Australia New Zealand Evaluation Association

ANZEA promotes good evaluation practice and is a membership organisation of professional evaluators

Subscribe to Community Research here

Earlier Policy Watch post about the What Works website