A–Z Index · Staff Directory
Manchester Centre for Youth Studies»Research and Activities
The Manchester Centre for Youth Studies is involved in a number of public events and community initiatives and activities, including:
Greater Manchester Youth Justice University Partnership
The partnership comprises of Manchester Metropolitan University, the Youth Justice Board and the 10 Youth Offending Services across Greater Manchester.
Evaluation of Young Manchester
Young Manchester is a new grant-making charity, funding the delivery of child and youth activities across Greater Manchester.
Kicking crime into touch: May 2018-May 2020
Working with Comic Relief and Sport Relief along with England Rugby Union to provide rugby training and activities for young men aged 16-17
Children’s well-being in Bangladesh
Dr Haridhan Goswami has recently completed fieldwork for this International survey on children’s well-being in Bangladesh
Supporting youth offending teams, the youth secure estate and local authorities effectively to identify and meet young offenders’ Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.
Youth Justice Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP)
Pioneering the application of a Youth Participatory Action Research (or YPAR) approach to youth justice service redevelopment in Greater Manchester
Exploring the ways ways in which young people in an urban environment use language to enact and perform identities in their day to day lives.
Comic Relief: Getting out for Good
The Getting Out for Good project is working with at-risk young women and girls across Greater Manchester to understand the challenges they face in their local communities and to help them build positive social networks.
Passions of Youth
An AHRC-funded project, celebrating the leisure passions of young men across Greater Manchester.
Youth Justice Board Re-settlement Consortium Evaluation
A successful tender for Youth Justice Board Re-settlement consortium evaluation
Roman and Late Antique Artefacts from Egypt
This project aims to transform our understanding of social experience, social relations, and cultural interactions among the populations of Egypt in this period.
Read more about our Research and Activities in the Research and Activities Archive:
View the Research and Activities Archive