Young Lives research is organised into a series of projects each investigating aspects of poverty and inequality in our study countries. Click on the feature box below to read more about our current and past projects.
Our research themes have been reconceptualised to reflect the fact that our study participants are now young adults, and to account for the changing external world. Explore our four core themes: Education and Skills, Employment, Health and Well-being and Family Lives and three cross-cutting themes, Gender and Intersecting Inequalities, New Vulnerabilities and Methodologies.
Young Lives’ two decades of research has led to over 900 publications providing insights and analysis on the drivers and impacts of poverty and inequality for childhood, youth and transitions to adulthood. For our key findings, click the feature box below or see all publications.
We are always looking towards the future and developing Young Lives research. Find out more on our new Future Research page.