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New research on image curation and body positivity online. Adolescent brain development. And how do young people engage in sports, arts and culture today?

Losing Heart

Losing Heart

Our survey of 2054 churches revealed a lack of confidence and resources when it comes to providing youth work compared to children’s work.

Meet the Research Team

Meet the Research Team

The staff team at the Youthscape Centre for Research develop the Centre's projects and programmes, as well as publishing and speaking on their work widely. They are supported by our Advisory Board, volunteers and academics across the UK.

Three ways you can create new insights in your youth work

Three ways you can create new insights in your youth work

Research isn’t just for academics. New knowledge can create insight, which is vital for working with young people across contexts. Lucie Shuker suggests three ways to make attentive research part of your work.

Dr Lucie Shuker Dr Lucie Shuker 16 Oct, 2019

Our latest work

Current Research

Current Research

An overview of research currently in progress at the Centre, including calls for evidence and opportunities for participation.

Advisory Board

Our Research Advisory Board exists to offer guidance and support to Centre staff, drawing on their distinct perspectives to shape our strategy and ongoing work.

Ethics

Research ethics is shorthand for a commitment to make sure that research benefits rather than harms people. Research should always be undertaken responsibly, with full consideration of how others are impacted in the process of creating new knowledge.

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