Participation through the Pandemic project
8 September 2021
Children in Scotland is currently delivering the Participation through the Pandemic Project. The aim of the project is to explore how engagement work with children and young people has changed over the period of the pandemic.
The project is being led group of peer researchers aged 14-18. They are designing the project and will be gathering the information.
The group have created a survey to find examples of the work with children and young people going on across Scotland during the pandemic. The peer researchers will look at the responses to select case studies for their research. These will show how things have changed over the last 18 months as well as what has worked well. They will be choosing 6 projects to be involved in case studies. Those selected will need to be available to take part in interviews and activities between the end of September and early November.
The peer researchers want to hear from projects working with children and young people aged 8 – 24 on a variety of issues and are also keen to hear from the children and young people directly.
The survey deadline has been extended until Monday 13 September and can be accessed here.