Biography

Lindsay Starbuck is a Youth Participation Coordinator the Association for Young People’s Health. Lindsay has been supporting young people to share their views and influence change for over 20 years. For the past 10 years, she has been working with young people affected by sexual violence to increase their access to rights and support.

 

Session

We’re all right: a rights-based peer research project led by young survivors of sexual violence

Day 1, 23 March, 10.45am

This session is co-delivered by Diana Melnyk, Laura Clark and Lindsay Starbuck.

 

Organisation

The Association for Young People’s Health believes all young people should have the best possible health and equal access to high quality youth friendly services.

The Association works to understand and meet the particular health and wellbeing needs of 10 to 25-year-olds. It does this by involving young people in its work and making sure their views are heard; working with healthcare providers to improve services for young people; improving access to information, resources and innovation; promoting evidence-based practice and highlighting important data; increasing communication between practitioners from different sectors. 

Young people and their rights are at the centre of everything the Association for Young People’s Health does.

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