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Evaluation of Neighbourhood-based collaboration team in Hjällbo, Gothenburg

Research project
Active research
Project size
250000
Project period
2019 - 2020
Project owner
Department of Social Work

Financier
Swedish National Crime Prevention Council (BRÅ)

Short description

The working method Neighbourhood-based collaboration team is a long-term crime prevention initiative aimed at young people in the Angered district of Gothenburg, which is based on close cooperation between school and social services, but also with police and leisure time youth workers. The evaluation aims to describe, understand and problematise the working model developed by the Collaboration Team from 2016 from an operational perspective and with a program theoretical approach. The ambition is to identify success factors in the working model, contribute to the methodological and theoretical development, to strengthen the continuous joint learning processes within the government cooperation in Angered and to constitute a knowledge contribution in relation to other crime-prevention methods in local communities of Angered character.

Contact

Susanne Liljeholm Hansson

susanne.liljeholm-hansson@socwork.gu.se
031-786 6385