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Inclusive co-creation in Y-CSS: How to open up research & innovation to young people?

Please be warmly invited to our first webinar: 
“How to open up research & innovation to young people?”
Friday 24th September 2021, 13:00-15:00 CEST - Via Zoom

Registrer here: https://oslomet.zoom.us/meeting/register/u5csdeqrpzwuGNcYkzP6DKh6er9pDaocwYdT
Agenda: https://cutt.ly/sWpvxKo


Agenda

13:00 Welcome by YouCount & EIE WG, idea of webinar, safe space, introduction
Reidun Norvoll, YouCount coordinator at OsloMet
Claudia Göbel, EIE WG co-chair
Claire Murray, ECSA

13:15 What is important for working together?

Experiences from Nottingham
Rick Hall, ignite! education charity in Nottingham
Bozenka Demeterova, youth worker in Sneinton, Nottingham
Finn, SKATE Nottingham group

Experiences from Oslo
Sumaya Ali Isse, young researcher
Aziz Alismail, young researcher
Glenn, Tøyen Unlimited, Olso
Sara Berge Lorenzen, OsloMet

Experiences from Lancaster
Oliver Moores, UCan research group
Cath Larkins, The Centre for Children and Young People's Participation at
UCLan

Questions & Answers after each input

14:10 Breakout groups on questions by young researchers

14:40 Round of reflections on presentations & breakout groups by participants in plenary 

15:00 Farewell


Young people in Europe are facing many challenges with regard to social inclusion (e.g. social participation, employment, social belonging). There is a pressing need to develop more knowledge and innovation to create more inclusive and youth-friendly societies. One way to contribute to this is through Citizen Social Science with young people - Youth Citizen Social Science (Y-CSS). 

As practitioners of Citizen Science, community-based research and youth engagement, we seek to use this series of webinars to create space for discussing important questions of Y-CSS, mobilise feedback on the YouCount framework & start building a community of interest around Y-CSS. Participation is open to everybody and free of charge. The webinars are organised by the Working Group on Empowerment, Inclusiveness & Equity at the European Citizen Science Association (ECSA) and the Living Knowledge Network (LKN) together with the YouCount EU project.

 

 

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What is Citizen Science?

Citizen science (CS) – broadly defined as ‘voluntary participation of the public in the scientific process’ and currently launched by the European Commission (EC) as an open science priority – holds great potential for contributing to new knowledge and innovations, helping create more inclusive societies for young people by supporting science–society collaboration and the active engagement of citizens in research and innovation.

Yet CS is less developed in the social sciences, and evidence of the actual outcomes of CS in social science research is still scant. Thus, YOUCOUNT will respond to these scientific and societal needs by developing youth citizen science in the social sciences (Y-CSS) together with youths as citizen scientists (YCS), supporting the implementation of hands-on CSS in practice and providing a solid evaluation base of the implementation and outcomes of CSS.

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