Networks / learning / research
Our regionally based impact networks are at the heart of the change that we envisage. Our networks offer facilitated peer-to-peer support and knowledge sharing, dedicated space for debate, place-based testing and learning, leading to stronger relationships for collaboration across the sector.
We're recruiting for a new Research and Learning Manager, come work with us!
We are looking for an imaginative and agile social researcher with a high level of expertise, and who is energised and excited by opportunities to work alongside the youth sector to affect change. This role will work alongside the Centre's small team to deliver complex and cutting-edge programmes of work aligned with our strategic vision. Read more here...
Evaluation as a Pedagogy of Discomfort
Sydney Church, our Research and Learning Officer, has written a blog focusing on the concept of a ‘pedagogy of discomfort’ to explore how disruptive feelings and emotions can offer valuable insight into evaluation across the youth sector. Sydney reflects on this in relation to participation and suggests that if positions of power in the sector are not being considered when evaluating youth work, then we are doing something wrong. Read more here...