Values-based indicators for Genuine Progress:Capturing Values-Based Legacies of Community-Led Development with GPI in Thailand

Elona Hoover, Janice Astbury, Marie Harder, Hasta Colman, Nora Didkowsky, Elana Ziegler, Ryan Patey, Jon Marcucci, Gwendolyn Myring-Colman

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Abstract

This project is the fruitful outcome of the partnership between the University of Brighton and GPI Atlantic and aims to demonstrate the usefulness and relevance of values-based approaches to evaluating cultural legacies of projects for asset-based community development. The project has transferred approaches developed in the 'Starting from Values: Evaluating Intangible Legacies' Connected Communities project to GPI Atlantic's established programme. The project has embedded values-based approaches to identifying legacies within GPI Atlantic, Bhutan's Youth Development Fund (YDF), and the Thai Volunteer Service (TVS), as well as the TVS-supported GNH youth movement in Thailand and neighbouring countries in the Mekong, and GNH-aligned community projects in Thailand.
Original languageEnglish
Commissioning bodyArts and Humanities Research Council
Number of pages61
Publication statusPublished - 29 Dec 2017

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    Hoover, E., Astbury, J., Harder, M., Colman, H., Didkowsky, N., Ziegler, E., ... Myring-Colman, G. (2017). Values-based indicators for Genuine Progress:Capturing Values-Based Legacies of Community-Led Development with GPI in Thailand.