Evaluate the impact of the artistic workshops conducted at the MaTeMù CAG Youth Centre.
THE PROJECT IN DETAIL
Ascertain the presence of changes experienced by the participants of the artistic activities undertaken at MaTeMù in terms of acquired artistic competence, emotional and social competencies and relationship with the future.
The project foresees the evaluation of the impact of the artistic workshops provided by the CIES CAG MaTeMù, supported by AMI since 2013 in order to ascertain how these workshops have contributed to promote the social inclusion of these youths, increasing their socio-educational well-being.
The evaluation allows to understand to what extent the intervention contributed to promoting the social inclusion of young people, using a methodology belonging to the family of theory-based evaluation (Weiss 1997) through quantitative (questionnaire, regression analysis) and qualitative (interviews, focus groups) analysis tools. The evaluation also contributes to highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the project, collecting evidence of the impact and identifying factors and drivers for changing the intervention model.
To this end, a regression analysis is carried out, using the ordered logit technique, with the aim of highlighting the relationship between changes experienced and the frequency of beneficiaries to the project activities.
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