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ESRC Advanced Training Initiative - Researching with Children and Young People in Diverse Socio-spat

  • 7 December 2017 - 8 December 2017
  • 9am-5pm
  • TBC

About this event

The course aims to disseminate experiences and best practice gained through research conducted by the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group at Loughborough University.

Much of the insight comes from working young people who are often excluded (such as young disabled people, trafficked young people, those from the global South and the past), which has led to consideration of the wider methodological insights, with resonance to anyone conducting research with young people.

Five free places are available to external candidates, supported by ESRC-funded bursaries, covering the cost of travel, subsistence, overnight stay and course fees. Places are also available for internal Loughborough graduate students and early career researchers.

The course will be run by Dr Louise Holt and taught by members of the Geographies of Children, Youth and Families Research Group; including Dr Sophie Cranston, Dr James Esson, Professor Kate Gough, Professor Sarah Holloway, Dr Louise Holt and Dr Helena Pimlott-Wilson.

To apply, please complete the Children & Young People Application Form on the Loughborough University Graduate school website.

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