We attach importance to research studies in our efforts to support children and youth’s access to education. We contribute to studies in these areas & obtain arguments to justify our other studies by getting acquainted with our target audience better through our research. You can see the details of our research on NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Education) “Silent and Invisible Youth”, our research on peer bullying “High School Teens and Peer Bullying”, our research focusing on children’s domestic life “Research on Domestic Violence of Children” and “Istanbul High School Profile”, which allows us to identify high school youth, below.
Silent and Invisible Youth – NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training)
Genç Hayat Foundation conducts the research of Silent and Invisible Youth-NEET to present the reasons of youth in the age group of 15-24 of not being in education, employment or training, and to offer solutions. 120 one-to-one interviews and 24 focus group discussions both with youth and their family members takes place in the research.
High School Youth and Peer Bullying
In the research of High School Youth and Peer Bullying, violence as a social problem was examined in terms of existence, frequency, types of violence among youth and reproduction of violence with different versions.
Study on Domestic Violence Against Children
The study is an activity of the “Prevention of Domestic Violence against Children Project” implemented within the framework of the “Program on Promoting Dialogue among Non-Governmental Organisations” carried out in partnership with the International Children’s Center Association and the Children of Our Future Foundation, and co- nanced by the European Union and the Central Finance and Contracts Unit.
The Profile of High School Students in İstanbul
This research is a pro le survey on the identities, thoughts, behaviors, problems and needs of the high school students studying in Istanbul, as well as their interactions with their environment. We further this survey with speci c studies on problems and needs, as well as comparative research at national and international levels.