Welcome

Welcome to the Community Evaluation NI (CENI) website. After months of hard work, we are delighted to officially announce the launch of our new website. Our goal is to provide our visitors with an easier way to learn about CENI’s mission, vision, services and our role as an independent champion that innovates and promotes good impact practice.

The Alliance for Useful Evidence Masterclass Belfast

The Alliance for Useful Evidence Masterclass is coming to Belfast!

Are you interested in expanding your understanding of research evidence and be able to use it more confidently in your role – whether in strategic decision making, programme development, applying for funding, or explaining your work to stakeholders? 

 

Save the date for the much-anticipated Evidence Masterclass… CONTINUE 

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Kate Laverty CEO Community Evaluation Northern Ireland

Kate's interview on Irish Times is something you should read

The Chief Executive Officer of Community Evaluation NI, Kate Laverty recently gave an interview on Irish Times. Amongst others, she shared her thoughts on management, and how public, private and community sector could work together to maximize the overall well being of our population… CONTINUE

An Experiment in co-design

On Wednesday 3 April, we will share lessons from the project at an event in Malone House, Belfast.

In 2018, Inspiring Impact funded CENI and thrive to create a project to improve impact practice in the arts sector… CONTINUE

Evaluations

Recent commissions saw us work with Clanmil Housing Association, as well as the Housing Associations Integration Project. We have also been working with Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council and the Department for Communities on two different projects… CONTINUE

Impact frameworks

We love a good framework as a starting point for planning and assessing impact.  Over recent months, we have been working on frameworks with Forward South Partnership, Causeway Coast and Glens Cultural Services… CONTINUE