Research in VICTAR

Members of VICTAR are actively involved in a number of funded research projects. Some of the projects are listed below (a number of which have reports which may be downloaded). A list of recent publications produced by current members of VICTAR can be found on the individual staff profiles.     

Current Research

Evaluation of the future in-sight project

This RNIB funded research (2013-2018), is an evaluation of the Future In-Sight project which aims to support partially sighted and blind young people as they move from compulsory education into independent adulthood.

Early childhood services for children with disabilities in Malawi

With funding from ESRC and DfID, this three year project (2015-2017) will be investigating ways to improve the early childhood curriculum and teaching methods of pre-school carers and to increase the quality of early childhood development and education provision for young children with disabilities in Malawi.

Transitions Study: longitudinal study from age 14 of blind and partially sighted young people in the UK

This 5 year research project (2012-2016) funded by the RNIB and the Thomas Pocklington Trust is looking at the transition of blind and partially sighted young people from the age of 14 years of age through to employment or further education.

Secondary analysis of the Labour Force Survey

The aim of this work funded by RNIB is to investigate employment data which is available in this extensive data set in relation to the employment outcomes of blind and partially sighted people.
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