Research with young people

Research with young people

Involving young people in academic research

In partner with the University of Bedfordshire, we are supporting young people’s involvement on the Learning from the Experts project. We are researching the health and wellbeing needs of young people after experiencing sexual violence in adolescence. Read more on the sexual violence work page.


Young People's Report - Kensington & ChelseaPeer Research

In partnership with the charity Working with Men, we supported a peer research project in Kensington and Chelsea. Young people asked their peers about their aspirations and the opportunities and challenges of living in the borough. Their responses highlight how they feel about where they live, where they get support from as well as the challenges. These include concerns about safety and issues related to inequality in the borough.

Read the full report and the young people’s report we developed with the Peer Researchers.




The Together study is a joint project involving Queen Mary University of London, Barts Health NHS Trust, AYPH, University College London and the University of Oxford.  The study is funded by the National Institute for Health Research. It is testing a ‘group clinic’ model for young people with diabetes in Newham, to see if working together could better support them to improve their health and live with the condition. Visit the Together project page to read more.