Digital Youth community meets to reinforce commitment to collaboration, co-creation and co-production
The Digital Youth community recently met in Nottingham for the DY Huddle, an event that brings together researchers, young people and management from across the Programme. As well as an opportunity for the team to update on progress and address shared challenges, the event included a workshops focusing on Responsible Research and Innovation and a session facilitated by our Young People’s Advisory Group, Sprouting Minds aimed at enhancing how we co-produce and collaborate with young people.
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