Conor Carleton

Junior Associate

Phone: +44 7518 721712
Email: [email protected]

Conor works in the policy strand at the Centre for Education and Youth (CfEY). His work is focused on shaping education and youth policy to ensure it meets the needs of all children and young people, especially those who experience forms of marginalisation. His current interests include investigating the links between public service investment and persistent school absenteeism, supporting young carers’ financial literacy, and exploring how effective cross-sector working can lead to improved policy developement.

Prior to joining CfEY, Conor held research and community engagement roles within the health and social care sector. Projects included research into vaccine hesitancy within Bangladeshi communities in West London, co-designing recommendations on what the future of home care and reablement services should look like in the City of Westminster, and exploring the implications of online triage services for people with disabilities.

Conor holds a BA in History and Politics from the University of Oxford and an MSc in History from the University of Edinburgh, where his dissertation explored the relationship between community reconciliation and tourism in post-conflict Belfast.

View all articles by Conor Carleton here.