Research papers on street connected children
StreetInvest has a strong and vibrant link with schools and Universities.
We like to think that our school placements and University interns have been inspired to help us raise awareness on the issues facing street connected children and young people across the developing world.
Since 2014 StreetInvest has hosted Geography Undergraduate dissertation interns from Royal Holloway, University of London where the topic for the research is agreed between the student, their supervisors Professor Katie Willis or Dr Vandana Desai, and StreetInvest.
We want to share the research that has been done to date, and have created this page to showcase the Dissertations and papers produced over the last couple of years.
The views and research expressed here are those of the authors.
Abbie Huff (former student ambassador who volunteered in Ghana) – MA Dissertation:
"Addressing the vulnerability of street children in Ghana;
is social protection the answer?"
Jacob Brunner (former intern and student ambassador at Manchester University) – Degree Dissertation:
"Street Work – is it a cause for division or is it the place to start?"
Poppy Velosa (StreetInvest trustee and former employee who volunteered in Ghana)
"The relationship between Police and Street Children:
a study of Accra, Ghana."
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the student papers below:
Is social protection the answer?
by Abbie Huff (former Student ambassador who volunteered in Ghana)PDF Download
Street Work: cause for division or place to start?
by Jacob Brunner (former intern and student ambassador at Manchester University)PDF Download
The police and street children in Ghana
by Poppy Velosa (StreetInvest trustee and former employee who volunteered in Ghana)PDF Download
Analysing the representation of street chidren
by Nathaniel Newman (Student Ambassador at Royal Holloway)PDF Download
Gender on the Streets
By Brigid Beney (Student Ambassador at Royal Holloway)PDF Download
Who are people more likely to imitate
by Livia Boumeester (psychology graduate - intern at StreetInvest)PDF Download
Sustaining a 'relationship of trust'
by Lucy Smith (Royal Holloway graduate)PDF Download
Education: the key to the future?
An evaluation of the education programmes available for street-connected children.By Eleanor Ball (Royal Holloway graduate)PDF Download
Street worker and street child
Exploring the concept of measuring wellbeing in the context of street children in Tanzania. MSc By Hugo Rukavina (Royal Holloway)PDF Download