Mrs Dayo Eseonu

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Overview

My doctoral research project challenges the 'hard to reach' rhetoric of certain demographic groups in policy and explores using the case of a co-creation project between racially minoritized young people and the employment support service of a local council in Greater Manchester to explore what inclusion looks like.

My PhD is supervised by Liz Richardson and Nick Turnbull.

Biography

With degrees in Economics, Human Resources Management and Management Psychology, I take an interdisciplinary approach to my research. In addition, my practitioner experience means that I am also interested in how my research can support practitioners.

 

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Keywords

  • relational equality, Black and Minority Ethnic groups, Public policy/management, Co-production

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