Working out the extent to which provision is both needed and wanted are crucial parts of both program design and evaluation
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Young People as Researchers is a training pack, produced in 2000 by Save the Children. This pack provides adaptable training exercises and handouts for workers training young people to undertake social research.
CAYT (the Centre for Analysis of Youth Transitions) was a research centre, funded by the UK's Department for Education, which created a repository of quality assured studies that assess the impact of programmes and services supporting the development of young people.
This guide was written by Perpetua Kirby and developed with a group of young people and adults who have been involved in research. It explains why and how to actively involve young people as researchers within health and social care research.
This report will help you to think through the outcomes that might be most relevant for the young people you work with.