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Afterword

Barbara StockingBarbara Stocking

Dame Barbara Stocking is Chair of a Panel for a Global Public Health Convention. She is President Emerita of Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, having been in post from July 2013 to August 2021. In March 2015, she was appointed Chair of the Independent Panel of Experts to assess WHO’s response in the Ebola outbreak. The report was published in July 2015. From May 2001 to February 2013 Barbara was Chief Executive of Oxfam GB and before that, a member of the top management team of the NHS, as regional director for the South-East of England, and then as the founding Director of the NHS Modernisation Agency.

Abstract

The afterword summarises the findings of how young people in the Global South perceive their current ways of making a living, and how they see their futures when there are so few jobs available to them. It also describes the ways researchers can work in partnership with young people so that research becomes closer to being youth led. This approach encourages young people to work to bring about change. Their involvement is essential to have impact.

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young peoplework‘getting by’youth-led researchimpact
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Published on: 2 November 2023
Volume: 11
Issue: Supplementary issue 3
Article ID: 251
Pages:251 - 257
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Stocking (2023), ' Afterword ', Journal of the British Academy, 11(Supplementary issue 3): 251 https://doi.org/10.5871/jba/011s3.251

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Barbara StockingBarbara Stocking

Dame Barbara Stocking is Chair of a Panel for a Global Public Health Convention. She is President Emerita of Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge, having been in post from July 2013 to August 2021. In March 2015, she was appointed Chair of the Independent Panel of Experts to assess WHO’s response in the Ebola outbreak. The report was published in July 2015. From May 2001 to February 2013 Barbara was Chief Executive of Oxfam GB and before that, a member of the top management team of the NHS, as regional director for the South-East of England, and then as the founding Director of the NHS Modernisation Agency.