Wed, 03 Nov | Zoom

Involving young people in research: examples, a toolkit, and training

Time & Location

03 Nov, 10:30 – 11:30 GMT
Zoom

About the Event

Involving young people in research: examples, a toolkit, and training

Digital event, Zoom link to be provided before event

Introduction 10.30am – 10.35am

Introduction from Greater London Authority (GLA), and Partnership for Young London (PYL)

Involving young people in research: examples 10.35am – 11.05am

We will hear from a range of organisations about their approach to participatory research, and how they are involving young people in their research. Including:

• Merton Council – The impact of Covid-19 on Merton young residents.

• Young Foundation – Young people’s experience of youth violence

• Toynbee Hall – Young people in East London’s private rental sector

• NSPCC – TBC

• All Change Arts – Suzanne Lee, Creative Director, talks about their approach

Young researcher’s toolkit and training 11.05am – 11.25am

We will hear from Matthew Walsham from Partnership for Young London, about the launch of a new peer research toolkit and training offer.

• Young researcher’s toolkit – The GLA and PYL have partnered to launch a toolkit that supports organisations to empower young people to create and conduct their own research projects.

• Training for organisations – There will be an offer of free training over the next six months for youth sector organisations to learn about different aspects of peer research.

Closing remarks 11.25am – 11.30am

The GLA will close the event, highlight the future work that they’re doing bringing young people closer to the heart of decision making.

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