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Young Lives' Longitudinal Methodological Learning Series

Young Lives is an international study of childhood poverty following the lives of 12,000 children in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam over more than 15 years. Undertaking longitudinal research in low and middle income countries brings a host of challenges often not present in other forms of research. In this series, supported by the ESRC and GCRF, we reflect on our methodological learning, and the lessons we have drawn from our extensive experience in longitudinal research and the many challenges we have faced.

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1 Young Lives Country Directors on Governance and Impact In this GCRF-supported workshop, Young Lives’ country directors, from Ethiopia, India and Peru, draw on their considerable experience in research, governance and policy-engagement to highlight the strategies they’ve used to ensure research impact. Jo Boyden, Santiago Cueto, Alula Pankhurst, Renu Singh 30 Apr 2020
2 Young Lives Country Directors on Governance and Impact: Discussion and Q and A Young Lives’ country directors discuss the challenges they've faced when conducting longitudinal research and their different approaches, as well as answering questions from the audience. Jo Boyden, Santiago Cueto, Alula Pankhurst, Renu Singh 30 Apr 2020