February 2015

3 years 4 months ago
Ecorys has been working alongside Ipsos MORI to conduct a three year evaluation of the Families First programme, having been commissioned by the Welsh Government in 2012.  The second year evaluation report was published by the Welsh Government on 15th June. Families First is a £130m Welsh...
3 years 4 months ago
Ecorys UK hosted the Making a Difference for Vulnerable Families event in Birmingham last month. Ecorys UK, Big Lottery Fund, University of Nottingham, Parenting UK and Ipsos MORI brought together practitioners, researchers and policy-makers to share learning around what makes a difference for...
3 years 4 months ago
Award ceremony organised in Brussels, David Blunkett in attendance. Former Cabinet Minister David Blunkett attended the EU Access City Awards, to present the winning prizes. At a conference to mark the European Day of People with Disabilities (EDPD), the European Commission awarded the Swedish city...
3 years 4 months ago
Ecorys has been selected to deliver the learning and dissemination work stream of the national evaluation of Big Lottery Fund’s Fulfilling Lives: A Better Start. This major investment by the Big Lottery Fund aims to improve the life chances of over 60,000 babies and young children in England. Five...
3 years 4 months ago
Staff from the Birmingham based international research and consulting company Ecorys UK have cooked, walked, dressed and run their way to supporting the charity Youth Cancer Trust. During 2014 staff walked the Malvern Hills, held a Fancy Dress Friday, competed in the Tough Mudder run, staged two...