Category: Living with Violence

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Collaborative Analysis

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This is advice on how to analyse your research data. It was cocreated with PAC https://peeractioncollective.com/

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Maximising Credibility

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This is advice on how to make sure your research can tell convincing stories. It was cocreated with PAC https://peeractioncollective.com/

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Brewing a research project

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Peer Researchers from the Peer Action Collective worked with Ali Roy and Cath Larkins to create this guide to how to move from general research interests to a doable research project

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Stories 2 Connect

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Stories 2 Connect was a research project that we ran to find out people’s stories. We did lots of interviews with people. We added people’s stories together as fiction. And we made them come alive in a phygital way (in digital objects). See www.stories2connect.org

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Youthforia

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What did you do to try to achieve change? Each session is different and themed around a different topic.  As a result of the sessions we …

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Youthforia

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Tell us your advice on doing participation activities. The project is youth led, so this means a group of elected young people plan and deliver the …

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Youthforia

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What do we do? For over 10 years we have brought young people together from across the North West of England to meet, discuss youth led …

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JUK

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What did we do

We trained young people in Japan as researchers. They did art activities and interviews with other disabled children and young people. We analysed the findings together. We compared the way Japan and the UK are with children’s participation and rights for people with disabilities. We reported to the UN Committee

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Japan and the UK

Date

1/12/2016

Ongoing

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JUK

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What did we do

We trained young people in Japan as researchers. They did art activities and interviews with other disabled children and young people. We analysed the findings together. We compared the way Japan and the UK are with children’s participation and rights for people with disabilities. We reported to the UN Committee.

The place is called:

Japan and the UK

Date

1/12/2016

Ongoing

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JUK

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What did we do

We trained young people in Japan as researchers. They did art activities and interviews with other disabled children and young people. We analysed the findings together. We compared the way Japan and the UK are with children’s participation and rights for people with disabilities. We reported to the UN Committee.

The place is called:

Japan and the UK

Date

1/12/2016

Ongoing