Natasha Rennolds
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Natasha joined as a Lecturer in Social Work at the School of Social Work in February 2023 having first started at UEA in 2018 completing a PhD with the School of Education and Lifelong Learning. Natasha has previously worked in both the voluntary and statutory sectors undertaking various roles in youth and community settings working within multi-agency partnerships including working as a Community Safety Adviser, setting up a charity working with children in local authority care and as a Chief Executive of a charity supporting voluntary organisations and community groups working with young people.  She has over 15 years’ experience working at the strategic and policy level which has included 4 years as Independent Scrutiny for a Safeguarding Children Partnership and 6 years as Independent Chair of a Safeguarding Children Multi-Agency Workforce Development Group.   

Her research interests include working with adolescents/young adults understanding relationships, futures, voice, participation and citizenship.  With her multi-disciplinary background she is interested in safeguarding practice in a  multi-agency environment.  She is also interested in alternative approaches and methodologies within research in particular critical posthumanism, post-qualitative inquiry, creative and participatory methods.

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