Mrs Dayo Eseonu

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My doctoral research project seeks to examine the extent to which Black and Minority Ethnic youth are included in the co-production of employment services in a local council in Greater Manchester.


I studied a BSc in Economics at the University of Essex but then developed an interest in human resources management. I went on to study master's degrees in Human Resource Management and Management Psychology at the University of Bradford and University of Nottingham respectively.

I had a career in Human Resources specialisng in Learning and Organisational Development for the last 7 years within the private, not-for-profit and voluntary sectors. I was heavily involved in employee engagement with a strong interest in diversity and inclusion in employment practices.

This has then led onto starting a PhD to look at engagement within the public sphere with a view to looking at how to ensure under-represented groups are involved in public policy/management. 


Research Networks and Beacons


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