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Helen Mthiyane

Helen is Programme Manager for the Alliance.  Before joining the team in July 2015 she worked in third sector project management and coordination roles at the Prince’s Trust, Media for Development, Khulisa, and the Ramblers. 

Helen became interested in the role of evidence in practice whilst working for Khulisa, which delivers violence reduction programmes in prisons and schools. She worked with researchers to build the evidence base for the organisation’s interventions and developed a monitoring and evaluation framework for its Milestones Mentoring scheme.

helen.mthiyane@nesta.org.uk

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    23 July, 2018
    For the third time, the Alliance for Useful Evidence is pleased to be partnering with the Political Studies Association on their Annual Awards, to celebrate the successful use of evidence in policy-making. Nominations are now open...
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