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Welcome to the Voices of Refugee Youth blog! Here you will find blog posts written by the youth researchers and programme updates from the Jigsaw and REUK team. You can search through the blogs using the filters: country, author, type of content and stage of education.
Increasing participation and representation is central to ‘Voices of Refugee Youth’. In this blog, Becky – one of the Jigsaw team – reflects on approaches to co-authorship in academic research, drawing on learnings from the study so far.
Drawing on their experience during the study, Aime Parfait and Aimee explore the role and practical application of research ethics.
Khalid shares his perspective of being a Youth Researcher in Pakistan for the Voices of Refugee Youth study.
Gabriel – one of our Youth Researchers in Rwanda – provides a personal account of his experience in education and employment, and the ways in which the Voices of Refugee Youth initiative has impacted on this.
Katrina – one of the Jigsaw team – shares her reflections on the affordances of the research study’s youth-centred methodology so far.
Drawing on her experience during data point 3, Asma shares one participant’s story of education opportunities in Pakistan.
Javan shares his thoughts on the transition of the research methods training course to online delivery, due to the pandemic.
Umer outlines the impact of the pandemic on refugee education in Pakistan, drawing on his own experience.
Read an update on what the Youth Researchers have been up to with research methods training and data collection over the past two months!
Alexandre and Emmanuel present their analysis of data collected from refugee secondary school students in Mahama Camp in Rwanda for Data Point 1