Network Launch – Researching Risk Work in Young Lives

Start time: 12:00 / End time: 16:00 / Date: 30 Apr 2020 / Venue: The School of Law and Social Justice Building Chatham Street L69 7ZR

Open to: Any UOL students / Any UOL staff / General Public

Type: Networking Event

Cost: This event is free of charge. Register here.

Contact: For more information contact Marketing, Recruitment and Events at slsjmret@liverpool.ac.uk

Website: https://www.liverpool.ac.uk/sociology-social-policy-and-criminology/research/research-projects/risk-work-in-young-lives-research-network/


About the event

This is the launch of the NWSSDTP Network for Researching Risk-Work in Young Lives.

This is a network aimed at supporting postgraduate and early career researchers at Liverpool, Manchester, Keele and Lancaster to exchange knowledge with children and young people, academics and youth practitioners on research approaches and methods for exploring the practices in various settings which can lead to children or young people being labelled as ‘risky’ or ‘at risk’.

This event is open to all who are interested in this field.

We have a small budget to support non-ESRC funded students/early career researchers in the four universities of NWSSDTP - please email leona.vaughn@liv.ac.uk.

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