PRAXIS is delighted to announce the launch of a new publication: “Engaging and Empowering Young People through Arts and Humanities Approaches in the Context of Global Challenges”, a report written by Dr Alyson Brody. Looking at youth-focused work from across the Global Challenges Research Fund, the report reflects on the value of innovative, creative arts-based research approaches for engaging young people and promoting youth voices in ways that go beyond tokenism, enabling positive change where current youth-focused policies and interventions often fail.

PRAXIS is delighted to announce the launch of a new policy brief: ‘Beyond Tokenism: Empowering Young People through Arts-based Approaches. Looking at youth-focused participatory research from across the GCRF, this new policy brief reflects on the value of innovative, creative arts-based research approaches for engaging young people and promoting youth voices in ways that go beyond tokenism, and calls for increased, sustainable funding in these areas.