Graduating with BSc in Psychology at the University of York, Bhavy is an active person who loves volunteering and working in charities such as Children Society. She was part of the team that shaped the text in “Is money important to children in UK” video.
Bronwen Dalley Smith
Graduating from BA Social policy, at the University of York, she is a very enthusiastic person with beautiful voice who was a narrator in the following videos: “What is SKIP?;” “Is money important to children in the UK?;” “The amazing orphanage.”
He graduated from BSc Psychology at the University of York. His passion is raping, making rap music and sound effects. He posses wonderful narrative skills which were used in “Volunteering with refugee children’’, “Parents made them happy” ,“Parents made them happy” video. He also made the sound effects of the “Parents made them happy” video.
Being a student in BA Social Policy at University of York, she took part in producing :“Child well-being – aspects and measurement”, “Child well-being – importance”, “Child well-being in the UK”. Having a calm attitude she was a great team-member. She helped by giving creative ideas in the process of editing the video.
Being a student in BA Social Policy at University of York, she took part in producing: “Child well-being – aspects and measurement”, “Child well-being – importance”, “Child well-being in the UK”. Her motivation and enthusiastic personality made it easy to work with her. She contributed by doing transcripts and by helping the team with extracting the most important informations from the interviews.
Liviu studies BA Computer science at the University of York. He is our IT guy who is always willing to help with tasks which need to be done by using computer programmes. His knowledge in Audacity programme has been very useful in creating good quality audio for our “ Volunteering with refugee children’’ video. In that video he also took part in the brainstorming session where we discussed the content of the video. Further, he took part in editing the video “Parents made them happy” and the two podcasts we have.
Lucy is a student in BSc in Psychology at the University of York. Her care for children and her experiences with them inspired the structure of the “Parental style” video. Lucy also took part in shaping, editing and choosing the most important texts in most of our videos, now on display via our Youtube channel.
He was a student in BA Computer science at the University of York. Apart from giving advice on difficult IT issues he participated actively in the child-wellbeing events. In short time he developed the first internet site of the project … He composed the music forthe following videos: “Child well-being in the UK” and “Child well-being -importance” and “Child well-being – aspects and measurement”. He also developed the page of the “Happiness Worldwide” project.
She is a student in History and English at the University of York. Her passion is video making. Her professional technical skills were very beneficial in creating engaging introduction of “Volunteering with refugee children’’ video. Now she is an enrolled student in Master Degree of Human Rights at University of York.
Siân Badger Lomax
She is a student in Environmental studies at the University of York. Siân is a very creative person, who enjoys producing interesting videos by rearranging and connecting different text parts and designing the right conclusion message in our “Is money important to children in the UK?’’ video.
Quynh Anh Doan
She studies BA in Sociology with Social Psychology at University of York. She is always dedicated in making our videos engaging for the public. Using Illustrator, she created very interesting illustrations for our “Volunteering with refugee children’’ video and for the video “Volunteering with refugee children”.
Special thanks for the help in the audio/video production to:
Elise Jenffer, Isabelle Rupp, Jaime Casas, Natalia Bonilla, Cameron Scott, Duncan Greaves, Stephen Lawlor, Karina Petkova.
Ada Cirlia, Gabriella Gross, , Lia Vassileva, Lidiya Cherneva, Zhuang Yixue
Working together this group of people gathered all the materials produced by the team and wrote the information on different pages of the website. They also filled the pages with additional information studied in their degrees and researched on the internet. More details about each one of them you could read below:
Ada Cirlia is a student in BSc Psychology at University of York who gave many interesting ideas in the writing process. She researched how parents could influence their children very well and gathered really useful information.
Gabriella Gross is a student in BSc Psychology at University of York. She contributed by researching and writing the “Family” section on our website. She posses a strong interest in the family relationship impact on the child. She also gave ideas about the poverty sub-section on the “Money” page.
Lia Vassileva posses a degree in International Relations from University of York. She currently works in UNICEF in Bulgaria. Her main area of interest is how parents could influence their children. Having a vast knowledge on the topic she helped by making the “For parents” section by giving ideas and writing part of the text.
Zhuang Yixue is a student in Applied Social Sciences at the University of York. Her interest is how education is related to child well-being. She researched the topic very well and gave ideas for the page “Education”.
Being a student in Applied Social Sciences at the University of York she took part in the Social Media for Social Policy course led by Matt Cornock. There she started developing the “Happiness Worldwide” project and found her first team members – Isabella Abadia and July Stafford. Her interest in child well-being inspired her to continue working on the topic after the end of the course by motivating and leading a team of students from different departments of the University. Details about and the results of the “Happiness Worldwide” project could be read here: http://chwellbeing.com/about-us/developing-this-resource/