As a qualitative researcher I am working as part of the JU:MP research team on children and family process evaluation. My primary tasks are qualitative data collection – eliciting children’s and parents' views and experiences related to JU:MP programme and qualitative data analysis. I am passionate about childhood research and child and youth participation but also about disability research.
I am a doctoral candidate at the University of Leeds, Centre for Disability Studies in the School of Sociology and Social Policy. My doctoral research project uses socio-legal analysis and focuses on disabled children’s participation in decisions about medical treatments. I hold a master's degree in human rights law from the Central European University and a master's degree in international economics. Prior to joining JU:PM project I have been working as a human rights consultant for a number of UN and international development agencies on projects related to disability and child rights.

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