Seminar on researching youth wellbeing in Kazakhstan was organised at Cambridge University
A seminar of conceptualising, adapting and measuring young people's wellbeing in secondary schools in Kazakhstan was organised by Faculty of Education at Cambridge University on 22 November. Researchers from Cambridge University and Nazarbayev University presented results of a large-scale, multi-phase and mixed-method research and discussed an integrated approach to representing and assessing young people's wellbeing.
Dr Daniel Torrano (NU), Dr Ros McLellan (Cambridge) and Dr Liz Winter (Cambridge) presented statistically ratified model of psychological and overall wellbeing, which has been developed over several phases of fieldwork in Kazakhstan. Dr Eva Brown Hajdukova (Cambridge) reflected on the emergent themes of young people's discourses on wellbeing in order to expose the factors young people consider important in their lives.