Researching with/ for/ about youth and young people: Programme details
By UCL Global Youth, on 15 January 2019
Following the success of our methods workshop last year, the UCL Centre for Global Youth is organising a second workshop to explore the challenges of researching with/ for/ about youth and young people.
This workshop will be an open, informal, and multi-disciplinary forum, involving both presentations from invited speakers, and group discussions among the audience.
To book your (free) place, click here.
13.00: Introductions and Opening Remarks – Avril Keating, Director, Centre for Global Youth
13.15 – 14.00: Panel 1 – Co-production and participatory methods
- ‘The challenges of embedding the diversity of young people’s voices through the research process: managing expectations in co-production‘ – Dr Gayle Munro, Head of Research and Evidence, National Children’s Bureau (NCB)
- Innovative methods to data collection: Child participatory Research with adolescents in Uganda – Jessica Oddy, Save the Children
14.20 – 15.10: Panel 2 – Mixed methods and multi-media
- Between objects and words: studying young people STEM identity performance through multimodal portfolios – Spela Godec, Uma Patel, Emily Dawson, Louise Archer UCL University College London
- Adolescent Identities: Mixing methods, what worked best for us? – Melanie Ramdarshan Bold, UCL and Leah Phillips, Warwick University
15.10 – 16.00: Panel 3 – Methods for researching young migrants
- A ‘Day in the Life’ of Four Young Child Refugees in Lebanon: Ethical and Practical Challenges – Sandra El Gemayel, UCL Institute of Education
- Forced migration and mental health: A methodological approach to understanding the social determinants of mental health with adolescents in Bar Elias, Lebanon – Hannah Sender, UCL Institute for Global Prosperity/UCL Development Planning Unit and Joana Dabaj, Co-founder and Principle Coordinator of CatalyticAction
16.00 – 16.30: Group discussion group – challenges and solutions for the future?