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7 INSIGHTS from 7 YEARS of RESEARCH – Impact of Erasmus+ Youth
Thank you for joining the second episode of our thematic online series of evidence-based youth research findings – the Youth Research Dialogues.
Our speakers Margareta Gregurović (Research Associate & RAY Researcher for Croatia) & Andreas Karsten (RAY Transnational Research Team) presented 7 insights from 7 years of RAY research of Erasmus+ Youth (in Action) as well as the shift in the effects of the Erasmus+ programme on the project leaders and participants (speaker details are below).
This was followed by a lively dialogue between the two researchers, moderated by Tomi Kiilakoski, including a lot of audience input (questions for the two speakers).
A thank you also to Domagoj Morić who is responsible for the digital facilitation & visuals.
Live stream available
If you didn’t have the time to join or want to re-watch the Youth Research Dialogue again, just access the recording of the live stream here: https://fb.watch/7WQnAoqEwf/
Further episodes are planned in 2021 – most likely we will continue at the end of October/beginning of November. Dates & topics will be announced on our RAY website (events and news sections).
See you next time!
Margareta Gregurović // Research Associate
Margareta Gregurović is a research associate at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies in Zagreb, and RAY researcher since 2016. She has over 17 years of experience in international research (e.g., OECD PISA and TALIS) with a specific focus on social inequalities and vulnerable groups of young people (especially migrants and low SES). Using the Croatian example, she will be discussing the 7-years shift in the effects of Erasmus+ Youth on the project leaders and participants.
Andreas Karsten //RAY Transnational Research Team
Andreas Karsten works for Youth Policy Labs, a small research agency and think tank in the youth sector. He leads an international team of participatory research, public policy and open data aficionados, who work on transnational research with the RAY Network for the research-based analysis of European youth programmes. He will be providing 7 insights from 7 years of transnational RAY research of Erasmus+ Youth (in Action).