The Centre for Youth Impact is recruiting…. again. The more eagle-eyed amongst you may have noticed that we appear to have been doing a lot of recruitment recently. We’re not looking to expand the Centre to the size of a couple of 11-a-side football teams though; it’s just that we haven’t got it quite right yet. We’ve been out to recruit twice since December, and on neither occasion did we make an appointment. It’s unlikely that we’ll ever know the precise reasons why (always a frustration for a researcher!), but we’ve spent a fair bit of time reflecting as we prepare to go out to recruit again.
At their Annual Gathering in September, The Centre for Youth Impact hosted a workshop on “Equality and Equity in Evaluation: Applying an Identity Lens”. During a morning and afternoon session, we listened to writer, cultural producer and an award-winning arts educator, Farzana Khan; researcher Julie Temperley; and educational researcher and consultant Nusrat Faizullah discuss and explore their perspectives on the topic.
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