Michael Bourdillon (Professor Emeritus in Social Anthropology, University of Zimbabwe)
Adolescence – the period between 10 and 19 years old - is increasingly recognized as a sensitive period for human development. Nevertheless, adolescence remains a poorly understood stage in the life course.
Professor Jo Boyden (Young Lives Director) and Dr Renu Singh (Country Director, Young Lives India) will take part in a special seminar in New Delhi, India on Thursday 26th October hosted by the Global Early Adolescent Study (GEAS).
This three-day international conference hosted by the Ethiopian Centre for Child Research, Ethiopian Development Research Institute (EDRI), the Comparative Research Programme on Poverty (CROP), The Impact Initiative at the Institute of Development Studies (IDS) and the Global Coalition to End Chi
Between 16 and 18th October, academics, representatives from organisations working with children and adolescents, and public policy experts will meet to review the practices and approaches of the work of protection and promotion of human rights with working children at the
Professor Jo Boyden, Director of Young Lives, Department of International Development, University of Oxford
UKFIET, The Education and Development Forum, provides a pro-active forum for universities, non-governmental organisations, consultancy groups and professional associations to share ideas, knowledge and expertise.
In 2016-17, Young Lives conducted school effectiveness surveys to examine the quality of learning outcomes at upper primary and secondary level in Ethiopia, India and Vietnam.