Eline Jaktevik, Senior Researcher

Eline is a senior researcher with a specialism in project management, ensuring that outputs are delivered on time, to budget and to specification. She has expertise in both quantitative design/analysis and qualitative research delivery, with a particular focus on developing innovative and inclusive research methods with hard to reach groups and participants with additional needs. She is also skilled in training local research teams to deliver surveys, interviews and focus groups according to the project design.

Recent project experience includes a three-year project for the British Council in India to evaluate its project using after school clubs in Chennai to help secondary students develop 21st century skills; evaluating several programmes for the Youth Sport Trust, which aim to increase young people’s participation in sport and physical activity; and working on a three-year evaluation into 15 Clore Leadership Programme courses, which focus on developing the skills and knowledge of future leaders in the arts and cultural sector.

Prior to coming to the The Research Base, Eline was a Parliamentary Assistant for Baroness Denise Kingsmill in the House of Lords, where she researched the education, training and career progression of adult social care workers for an independent policy review. She has an MSc in Political Theory from the London School of Economics, and a BA (First Class Honours) in Politics and International Relations from the University of Manchester.

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