High-quality evaluations need to be built into CVE programs

I just published a new opinion piece on The Interpreter about the need for rigorous impact evaluation of CVE programs in Australia. Based on public health best practices, I propose a list of evaluation components to lift the quality of the impact assessment of CVE programs. We need impact evaluations to ensure that government investment in such programs is not better spent elsewhere. Otherwise, costly programs with weak impact evaluations risk to waste public funds. Please read the piece here.

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