Participation and Equality: An Evaluation of the Impact of Phase 1 of Sport Wales’ ‘Calls 4 Action’
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This Phase 1 impact evaluation report is part of a wider three year evaluation of both Phase1 and Phase 2 of the Calls for Action programme. It has benefited greatly from close engagement by Sport Wales’ research and operational staff, and it has been made possible by the cooperation and responsiveness of many people throughout the staff and Board of Sport Wales, those associated with the case study projects in particular, and many stakeholders, including the Deputy Minister for Sport and the Minister for Communities. We are grateful for and acknowledge their input to this first phase of our work.
Report by UK Research and Consultancy Services Ltd in association with Cardiff Metropolitan University.
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