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Overview

My doctoral research project challenged the 'hard to reach' rhetoric of certain demographic groups in policy and explores using the case of a co-creation project between racially minoritized young people and the employment support service of a local council in Greater Manchester to explore what inclusion looks like.

My PhD was supervised by Liz Richardson and Nick Turnbull.

Biography

I take an interdisciplinary approach to my research into racial equity/justice in public policy and administration. In addition, I am interested in how research and research methods can be applied in non-academic settings.

 

Research Beacons, Institutes and Platforms

  • Global inequalities

Keywords

  • Racial equity/justice
  • Black and Minority Ethnic groups
  • Public policy/administration
  • Co-production

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  • Richard Chapman Prize

    Eseonu, Temidayo (Recipient), 2019

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