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Miss Florence Halstead

Biography As both a Research Assistant and part-time PhD candidate at the University of Hull, Florence has experience spanning numerous research projects working directly with children, youth, families, communities and schools. Florence works across disciplines on a broad spectrum of topics; most prominently Children’s Rights, Social Justice, Sustainability and Climate Change. With the consistent goal of enhancing the voices of marginalised people, she has expertise in qualitative and participatory data collection methods and analysis, and has employed ethnographic, as well as arts-based and creative, approaches to her research.
Research Interests Social and Climate Justice, Youth Climate Activism, Climate Resilience; Socio-cultural Determinants; Children’s Rights; Participatory and Creative Methodologies, Anthropology.
Teaching and Learning Florence has taught and mentored undergraduate students in Teacher Education; specifically the Modules 'Professional Practice' and 'Inquiry Based Learning'.

Florence has given guest lectures and seminars on the module 'Flood Adaptation and Mitigation'