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Research and Evaluation
Impact Policy uses qualitative and quantitative methodologies, specialising in mixed methods and critical Indigenous research methods to deliver research and evaluation services. We design methodologies that are bespoke to project needs and are agile and responsive to project or community needs. We specialise in using video to communicate impact, through case study research or as part of wider evaluation.
Organisational Pulse Check
Impact Policy delivers a 'health check' product as a discovery offer for new clients or those with an existing relationship who just seek a check of the pulse for how their programs, partnership and/or policies are operating.
We assess capability through a cultural lens and provide valuable feedback and recommendations on how to progress towards implementing RAPS, Engagement and Employment strategies or Learning and Development.
To find out more get in touch below for further information.
Acknowledgement of Country Online Training
This online training builds on years of working in the Cultural capability space and bringing that knowledge into a personal and intimate learning and development experience.
Taking participants on a personal journey of connection with Country, understanding these principles and having access to trusted advisors at Impact Policy for an exclusive Q&A.
Curious? reach out to the team to express your interest in the next cohort
Senior Leaders Aboriginal Mentoring (SLAM) Program
The SLAM program provides a structured mentoring platform and program for Senior leaders to build their Cultural capability and confidence through an intimate mentoring relationship with Aboriginal professionals.
Reach out to Impact Policy now to express your interest for the 2023 cohort.
To hear more about the impact of programs such as SLAM check out Ep4 Impact Policy Podcast with Jim Betts Secretary Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development, Communication and the Arts.
Want to learn more about our` services? Get in touch today and lets see what we can offer you.
Since Sam joined us in 2021 as an advisor to the Yuwaya Ngarra-li partnership between UNSW and the Dharriwaa Elders Group, Walgett, his contribution has enhanced and amplified our work in a myriad of ways. He has a deep commitment to the value of community leadership and collaboration, and has brought his broad networks and extensive knowledge to serve and amplify community vision and priorities.
Sam is a dedicated, thoughtful, humble and strategic contributor. He has produced key outputs to tight deadlines and a high quality for multiple audiences, bringing nuanced knowledge of the university, community, government and not-for-profit sectors. His expertise and experience across multiple social policy areas and in communications and collaboration have been invaluable to Yuwaya Ngarra-li’s holistic and community-led approach.