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This is advice on how to analyse your research data. It was cocreated with PAC https://peeractioncollective.com/
Youth balancing on broken tightrope
Are you doing research with other young people and finding that at times you have to listen to difficult things?
Photo of Darren Sharpe
How young people can use peer research to help create change
Peer Researchers from the Peer Action Collective worked with Ali Roy and Cath Larkins to create this guide to how
Camille Warrington talks about how to take a trauma informed approach to collaborative research with and by young people
Stories 2 Connect was a research project that we ran to find out people's stories. We did lots of interviews
What did we do Care experienced children worked with The Centre for Children and Young People's Participation and directed research
What did we do Care experienced children worked with The Centre for Children and Young People's Participation and directed research
What did we do Care experienced children worked with The Centre for Children and Young People's Participation and directed research
What did we do We trained young people in Japan as researchers. They did art activities and interviews with other
What did we do We trained young people in Japan as researchers. They did art activities and interviews with other
What did we do Academics shared their recent research. We reported on what children have told us and sumarised it
What did we do Academics shared their recent research. We reported on what children have told us and sumarised it
What did we do Academics shared their recent research. We reported on what children have told us and sumarised it
What did we do Academics shared their recent research. We reported on what children have told us and sumarised it
What did we do Work with young people in UCan to design this website. None The place is called: Preston
To prepare and plan we think about commitment and respect, the goals and resources we have, the links we can
Before we start we often have goals that we have to achieve. We share information about these at the start
First, we think about what will help people feel comfortable and able to share their ideas. This means making sure
We look at the ideas we have investigated and try to: Understand and describe what is being communicated Identify similarities
Throughout our activities we reflect on ourselves, inclusiveness and how the other people we work with are responding. Reflecting on
We conducted participatory action research with young people in contact with youth offending teams. It was led by young people
We conducted participatory action research with young people in contact with youth offending teams. It was led by young people
We conducted participatory action research with young people in contact with youth offending teams. It was led by young people
Local organisations have really listened to what we are saying and Nature England have told us that this is helping
To help us think about being by the sea we brought sand, seaweed and twigs into youth groups and classrooms.
We found out that there are a lot of things that stop children and young people from being out enjoying

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