Social Impact Measurement Report
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Social impact measurement refers to the process of evaluating and quantifying the effects of social initiatives, programs, or interventions on individuals, communities, and society. It is a critical tool for organizations and stakeholders to understand the effectiveness and outcomes of their social investments. This report refers to the changes created by the project activities of CRESTART project focusing on the COVID effects on local cultural life, crisis management, and good practices during COVID in local communities. In CRESTART project we implemented two researches, one at the beginning of the project, and one at the end of the project to measure the effect the project had on the target group: local community organisers.
Country reports refer to the results of the second report, while the international report summarises the findings of the two reports.
Social Impact Measurement Report – An International Summary:
National Social Impact Measurement Reports in English:
National Social Impact Measurement Reports in national languages: