Museums Journal is looking to publish case studies on youth panels on its website and in a future edition of the magazine.
We are particularly interested in examples that share best practice advice on setting up and maintaining active groups. We want to hear about projects that engage young people with topics such as climate change, anti-racism and social justice.
As well as sharing success stories, we're also interested in learning more about how you've handled difficult situations or turned unengaged groups into active participants.
Case studies should be about 600 words long and seek to share:
- Background information on your youth panel
- The challenges you’ve faced (if applicable) and how these have been addressed
- Practical details such as budgets
- Your future plans
- Young people's voices (if possible)
- Your advice to other organisations looking to undertake similar work
Please include your name, job title and organisation (if applicable) in your case study and any additional information such as budgets.
Please email your case study along with high-res illustrative photographs to firstname.lastname@example.org
We will publish case studies in Museums Journal online and in the January/February print edition of the magazine. Submissions remain open until further notice – please contact Rebecca Atkinson if you have any questions.