Seeing lockdown through the eyes of children from around the world: Reflecting on a children’s artwork project

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Seeing lockdown through the eyes of children from around the world: Reflecting on a children’s artwork project

Recorded in 2021

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Contributors

Author: Mandie Jane Foster, Mohammad Al-Motlaq, Bernie Carter, Sarah Neill, Therese O’Sullivan, Angela A Quaye, Maureen Majamanda, Khatijah Abdullah, Inger K Hallström, Christine English, Amanda Vickers, Imelda Coyne, Esther Adama, Evalotte Morelius

Publisher: Nursing Praxis Journal of Professional Nursing

Date: 2021

Geographic Coverage: Worldwide

Type of Resource: Report

Sector/setting: Academic

Vulnerable groups: Children, Young People

Developed with children and young people? Yes

Type of participation: Report

Availability: Open Access

Keywords: Arts-based approach, Child and family centred care,  Children’s Experiences, Covid-19, eBook, Gibbs reflective cycle

Introduction

This summary report presents key messages that young people have identified as key experiences and priority concerns during the pandemic since November 2020. These are drawn from the seven research groups across Italy, Singapore, Lebanon, and the UK home nations that have been undertaking their own youth-led research during the pandemic with a focus on the second lockdown. Recommendations put forward by young people are provided at the end of the report.

During this phase of the project young people have been reflecting on their ongoing experiences through journaling, keeping diaries, interviewing family and peers, surveying key workers, writing podcast scripts, producing illustrations, and making presentations. A key focus has been on communicating and acting on their research findings. In this interim report, we focus on key issues that have emerged from young people’s research.