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Partnership for Young London & Museum of London Peer Research Project

Partnership for Young London is working with the Museum of London to conduct a peer research project that aims to understand young Londoners’ relationship with environmental issues. The work, that will be designed by the young people recruited, will conduct a survey of over 2,000 young people and focus groups with key groups.


At this stage we’re looking for 4 young Londoners, aged 16-25, to be trained as peer researchers. This is a paid role, at London Living Wage, for 50 hours starting at the end of February and ending in September. For more information, or to see how they can apply, please see our two page advert here. Or for any more information, contact Iris.Bos@cityoflondon.gov.uk.

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