OCHRE: evaluation synthesis report

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Authors Ilan Katz, Shona Bates, Jan Idle, Wendy Jopson and Michael Barnes
Evaluator company UNSW Social Policy Research Centre
Year 2018
Classification Other evidence
Study type Expert opinion
Evaluation type Both process and outcome

Summary

This report focuses on the implementation and short-term outcomes of three Opportunity, Choice, Healing, Responsibility, Empowerment (OCHRE) programs in their first stage of implementation: Local decision-making; Opportunity hub and Aboriginal language and culture nests. This evaluation involved detailed case studies of: Gumbaynggirr Language and Culture Nest; North West Wiradjuri Language and Culture Nest; Campbelltown Opportunity Hub; Tamworth Opportunity Hub; Illawarra-Wingecarribee Alliance Aboriginal Corporation (IWAAC) and Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (MPRA). Findings are based on discussions with Aboriginal community members in each site and other stakeholders; data analysis, and document analysis. Overall, the three OCHRE programs are working as intended in the sites evaluated and participants and stakeholders identified changes and recommendations on how the program might be improved to meet long-term goals.

For further information on the Opportunity, Choice, Healing, Responsibility and Empowerment (OCHRE) initiatives evaluation, visit the UNSW website.

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