The Fight for Peace Academy UK: An Independent Assessment

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Sampson, Alice 2009. The Fight for Peace Academy UK: An Independent Assessment. CIS Research Report 10.
AuthorsSampson, Alice
TypeWorking paper
Abstract

FFP has a strong ethos informed by clear values and goals, a robust organisational structure including a culture of monitoring, self-evaluation and a vision about how FFP model can be replicated. As a result implementation failure is less likely and successful replication in other locations achievable.

KeywordsYoung People, Peace,; Violence, Youth Crime
Year2009
PublisherCIS Research Report 10
ISSN1-902494-59-8
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/1435
Publication dates
PrintOct 2009
Publication process dates
Deposited14 Feb 2012
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Citation:
Sampson, A. (2009) The Fight for Peace Academy UK: An Independent Assessment University of East London, Center for Institutional Studies. CIS Research Report 10. Series:
CIS Research;Report 10.

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