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The Professional Association of Lecturers in Youth and Community Work invite you to an event that will explore ‘Voices from Practice: Learning from Different’ through profiling research and evaluations taking place with participants, practitioners and educators across the youth work and community development sectors.

The event is designed to be inclusive of colleagues undertaking postgraduate study, independent research/evaluation as well as academic scholarship. We welcome participants from across disciplines with an interest in youth work and community development as day conference delegates and presenters.

Presentations, papers and posters will focus around three themes

  1. Voices from practice – learning from participation
    With a focus on the different experiences of young people and community members as participants

  2. Voices from practice – learning from facilitation
    With a focus on the different perspectives of youth and community workers engaged in practice

  3. Voices from practice – learning from education and research methodologies
    With a focus on different approaches to teaching, learning and research across the sector

We are pleased to confirm the programme for the day will include:

Voices from practice – learning from participation:
Presentation 1: ‘Experiences of peer mentoring among young asylum seekers and refugees in Leeds’ Caroline Mountain, Leeds Beckett University
Presentation 2: ‘Environmental Rights and Youth Work. People, projects and perspectives’Anna Shipley, Jersey Youth Service

Voices from practice – learning from facilitation:
Presentation 1: ‘The emergence of coaching for young people: redressing the deficit discourse’ Tina Salter, YMCA George Williams College
Presentation 2: ‘The use of self: findings from research with LGBQ women youth workers’ Jean Hatton, University of Huddersfield

Voices from practice – learning from research practice:
Presentation 1: ‘Practitioner research: providing a space for critical reflection’ Kate Breeze, University of Cumbria
Presentation 2: ‘Exploring a Digital Hybrid Pedagogy for Youth Work’ Jane Melvin, University of Brighton
Presentation 3: ‘Can Youth Work Impact the Subjective Well-Being of Young People?’ Darrel Williams, University of Wales Trinity Saint David
Presentation 4: ‘Monitoring the outcomes of the Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award: A case study on the outcomes of non-formal education for young people’ Amy Pearce, Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award

A FULL PDF PROGRAMME FOR THE DAY IS AVAILABLE VIA THIS LINK

Additional Pre-Seminar Writing Workshop on Friday 18th January 2019 from 1.30-5.00pm

The Association is continuing its support for developing writing collaborations through a pre-seminar writing workshop on Friday 18th January from 1.30-5.00pm. This will take place at Brighton Jury’s Inn and a discounted rate of overnight accommodation (@£50.00 per person) is available for those who would like to stay on to the postgraduate seminar. The writing workshop will build on the session held in Birmingham on 14th September and seek to support members that wish to work towards either peer reviewed journals; conference papers; or ‘think pieces’ for online publication. It is anticipated this workshop will be a precursor for a Spring writing retreat tentatively booked for 12-13th April 2019.

Any questions about presentations or participation in these events can be directed to: info@tagpalycw.org

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