COVISION Webinar: Working with CRAGs in international research in the post-COVID digital age
Wed, 13 Oct | Zoom Webinar

COVISION Webinar: Working with CRAGs in international research in the post-COVID digital age

Dr Michelle Templeton, Queen’s University Belfast
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

13 Oct 2021, 13:00 GMT+1
Zoom Webinar

About the Event

Webinar Description

Come and join this masterclass by Dr Michelle Templeton from Queens’s University Belfast This webinar focuses on the youth participation strand of the #COVIDUnder 19 study, a global initiative to involve children in responses to the pandemic meaningfully Dr Templeton will discuss the challenges, limitations and opportunities that arose when working online with an internationally diverse group of young co researchers during the pandemic (children from 28 countries) Based on the Children’s Research Advisory Group ( approach associated with the Lundy model, this involved working with the young people at all stages of the research, from developing the survey (which gathered 26 258 respondents aged 8 17 from 137 countries), conducting data analysis, and disseminating key messages at various high level political fora and other international events, so that children’s voices can be taken into account by decision makers

Dr Michelle Templeton

Michelle is Research Project Coordinator in The Centre for Children’s Rights at Queen’s

University Belfast She has extensive experience applying the centre’s methodology for conducting rights based participatory research with children and young people The Lundy Model Her work on children’s rights spans diverse social and geographical contexts, and she has a particular interest in facilitating the co-production of research material and health and education interventions, with children and young people, for children and young people A further practical application of this methodology is the co-production of many child/youth friendly versions of legal texts, research documents, reports etc to make rights information

accessible to children and young people.