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Research Project: Interpreting Sensitive and Challenging Subjects in Museums for Children and Young People

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By A Merrie Noyse Music and Heritage / Posted on Wednesday 10th January 2018

A Merrie Noyse Music and Heritage is undertaking a research project on behalf of the Heritage Education Leaders Group West Midlands (UK) to gather people’s experience about working with and presenting sensitive information about difficult or challenging subjects to their audience. Their aim is to collect as much information as they can about how people feel and work with sensitive information, particularly the delivery to young people up to age 19 and their parents or guardians.

They are looking to make recommendations at the end of this research that will lead to greater understanding of how we all deal with sensitive information and its presentation to the public. Most organisations are already working with sensitive information; some individuals feel confident in the delivery of challenging material, others would rather avoid the issues because they do not feel confident in delivery. Therefore, they want to develop recommendations that will help people feel more skilled and confident in their roles.

Complete the questionnaire at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/QX68MBL

If you would like to find out more please contact Sue Pope directly by emailing: merrienoyse@btinternet.com

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