Dr Kath Edgar

Dr Kath Edgar

Edgar is a director and a founder member of Substance. Her main research interests include innovative participatory qualitative research methods, young people and social exclusion and the crime prevention agenda.

She was the lead researcher on the North-West Positive Futures case-study research project between 2004 and 2008.

She has experience of working within other public sector agencies as a research officer with a local authority and through PhD research with a North West Constabulary.

Kath is currently the North West Evaluation Network steering group convenor and the North West representative on the UK Evaluation Society Council.

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Using online tools to shape youth provision

Dr Kath Edgar explains how a government-funded IT project is helping to standardise the collection of impact data on youth activities.

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