Our campaigns are regularly and independently evaluated by the University of Salford and can be shared on request.
Our approach to identifying and changing Social Norms has delivered significant improvements in Smoking and Alcohol attitudes, perceptions and behaviours across over 150,000 young people.
Our approach to healthy relationships reported an 18% improvement in positive attitudes across all areas, from expected behaviours within relationships to the willingness to signpost and support others experiencing issues.
Our approach to Emotional Health and Wellbeing consistently records measurable improvement in resilience with young people reporting that they feel less anxious, stressed and more confident as a result of engaging with our techniques. Significant outcomes include a 6.5% reduction in self-harm and an improvement of 26% in aggregate Core YP scores following the recent one-to-one programme.