The purpose of the study was to support the efforts of the EU, other donors, implementers and beneficiaries to improve the monitoring and evaluation of CT and P/CVE projects and programmes by examining best practice in this field, identifying shortcomings and opportunities for improvement, including scientific evaluation methods and approaches used in other related or analogous fields. At an early stage the research team chose to focus on evaluation as it was clear this was where shortcomings were more evident and more consequential: whereas monitoring is a more technical and programmatic challenge, evaluation goes to the heart of how (and whether) interventions work. Moreover, several toolkits and guidance documents have recently been published which are particularly focused on supporting programme design and implementation, including developing measures and indicators for monitoring frameworks.

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