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Gina Crivello is a Senior Research Officer, having joined Young Lives in 2006 after completing her PhD in Anthropology from the University of California. Leading the theme on Gender, Adolescence and Youth, her current research explores the dynamics of gender inequality in the second decade of life and in transitions to adulthood. Gina leads on the qualitative research within Young Lives, including a longitudinal component tracking 200 children in four countries across a seven-year period, and on developing methods and ethical approaches for engaging multiple generations in policy-relevant social research.
Gina's ongoing research interests include aspirations; migration and mobility; paid and unpaid work; ethics of care; youth transitions; change and continuity in intergenerational relations; and methods and ethics in qualitative longitudinal research. Countries she has worked in include Ethiopia, India, Morocco, Peru, Spain and Vietnam.