Topic guides used in the employment and reoffending pilot evaluation: Appendix D of Evaluation of the employment and reoffending pilot: lessons learnt from the planning and early implementation phase

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Foster, Rowan; Small, Lauren; Foster, Sarah
Ministry of Justice
Date of publication
12 December 2013
Ministry of Justice analytical series
Resettlement, Offenders, Employment
Social welfare
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The Employment and Reoffending Pilot was co-commissioned by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), as part of a planned programme of pilots to test the application of payment by results (PbR) approaches in the area of criminal justice. The evaluation aims to draw out lessons learned from its design, development, implementation and delivery, including any reasons for the results it achieves. This document is a guide to the principal themes and issues to be covered in stakeholder interviews.

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