Dr Antonia Canosa is leading the development of a new area of research within the CCYP focused on links between childhood and tourism studies. Central to this emerging research program is the idea that the voices of children and young people are largely absent or marginalised in research about tourism-related issues and policy responses in a globalised world.
If you have an interest in children and young people’s voices in tourism related research, please contact Antonia Canosa.
Children’s Participation and Wellbeing through Greenspaces
Dr Kate Neale is leading the development of a new area of research within the CCYP focused on links between children’s active participation and voice in schools, children’s wellbeing, socio-cultural theory and greenspaces. The aim is to strengthen knowledge and inform practice relating to student’s active participation in school gardens by identifying whether and how children’s participation in the design, creation, maintenance and management of a school garden improves students’ social and emotional wellbeing.
To find out more about this program of research, please contact Kate Neale.