Lessons from longitudinal studies in Low and Middle Income Countries

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Between 11 and 14th May, 150 people from 24 countries attended an online conference ‘Learning from longitudinal studies in low- and middle-income countries: before, during and after Covid-19’ hosted by Young Lives in partnership with CLOSER and Lancaster University Management School.

The conference provided an impressive snapshot of the global community involved in longitudinal and development research with speakers from many organisations. Attendees shared experiences on the research challenges of the pandemic and discussed the power of longitudinal studies to guide policies that will help different societies to bounce back.

You can read more about the conference here. And you can watch videos for the following sessions: