A researcher at the university of Sheffield is looking to produce research with people who have experience of the care system and child criminal exploitation.
Danica Darley is working on her PhD at the university, and is focusing her research on the experiences of children who have been in care and have been affected by child criminal exploitation. Darley says in her Twitter bio that she is a mother with prison experience.
The tweet, shared on Wednesday, says she is recruiting co-researchers who have experience of the care system and child criminal exploitation to work alongside her on her project.
She is looking for 3 people aged between 18 and 30 who are happy to work for 7 hours a week, for a maximum of 8 months. She is offering £15.76 per hour and the opportunity to complete a Level 2 NVQ in peer research methods.
Darley says you can contact her by:
Emailing her at email@example.com
Tweeting her @danicadarley1
Instagramming her at @cce_peerresearch
Ian Josephs said:
I am sure we all wish Danica well and I congratulate her on her initiative.
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Family Coalition said:
You’d think the Child Protection Authorities would already be recording and analysing such outcomes. Oh wait.. when Jon Wedger tried to they threatened to remove his children, sack him from the Met Police and victimised him…
He may be able to assist with finding suitable victims.
I hope Danica is prepared for the flak as she is clearly over the target Jon was.
Good Luck with the research and look forward to it being circulating on here.
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Dr Manhattan said:
Family Coalition is correct. John Wedger was threatened by the higher ups in the Met when he tried to expose the child abuse of kids in the care system. i spoke to John myself.