Kailo co-designs local projects with young people, local communities and public service partnerships, to make sure that the projects are responding to local need in an appropriate and meaningful way. It currently focusses on two locations in Newham (London) and North Devon. 

You can review further details about this here.

As well as trialling the Kailo approach in Newham and North Devon, a team of researchers, including from CORC, is evaluating the Kailo approach. We are trying to get a realistic sense of what works and for whom within Kailo.

The YPAGs are central to the evaluation. They make sure the research is focussed on the right things, and help the researchers translate their findings into inclusive and friendly language.

This brief case study highlights their involvement:

Kailo young people advisory group case study


Our use of cookies

CORC is using functional cookies to make our site work. We would also like to set optional cookies (performance cookies). We don’t use marketing cookies that display personalised ads for third party advertisers.

Essential & functional cookies

Essential and functional cookies make our website more usable, enabling functions like page navigation, security, accessibility and network management. You may disable these through your browser settings, but this may affect how the website functions.

Performance cookies

These remember your preferences and help us understand how visitors interact with our website. We would like to set Google Analytics cookies which will collect information that does not identify you. If you are happy for us to do this, please click “I’m ok with cookies”.

For more detailed information about the cookies we use and how they work, please see our Cookies Policy: https://www.corc.uk.net/privacy-policy/