Aug 13, 2021

How to Reward Young Citizen Social Scientists?

The YOUCOUNT project team aims to develop ‘actionable’ knowledge of the positive drivers for social inclusion of disadvantaged young people. They are planning to invite citizen scientists to take part in case studies in 9 European countries and therefore it was important for them to discuss what incentives they should use and how to avoid the exploitation of young citizen scientists. They’ve recently published a blog post entitled “How to Reward Young Citizen Social Scientists?” in which they shared their reflections. Read the blog post here.

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