The Jamaica Social Policy Evaluation Project (JASPEV) was a significant watershed in Jamaican social policy making. From 2000-7 it catalysed public sector transformation by designing and testing innovations which would then be deployed across government as a whole. At its heart was the meaningful involvement of those who experience social policy, that is citizens, in policy design, implementation and evaluation.
The National Progress Report on the Social Policy Goals 2004-6 was our main analytic output. Three of the chapters can be found below: