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Janine Hunter

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SIPR Affiliate Member
University of Dundee

Janine Hunter ( is a Researcher and PhD student at the University of Dundee, Scotland, UK. Janine’s work at SIPR included reports on Custody Visiting in Scotland (2010; before it became statutory) and the Community Engagement Model in Fife (2012). In 2014 her Masters’ dissertation, ‘The Implementation of a Single Scottish Police Force: The View from the Beats’ was Highly Commended by the Howard League for Penal Reform’s John Sunley Prize. From 2013-2020 Janine was researcher on the project Growing up on the Streets, a longitudinal participatory project with street children and youth in three African cities, specializing in qualitative coding and analysis and co-produced impacts including story maps. She has also worked on projects around refugees and youth transitions, refugees and environmental sustainability, and trafficking in human beings. Janine is undertaking a (part-time) PhD on lasting intimate partner relationships among street youth in Ghana.


Marginalized people, street youth, detention, relationships including intergenerational, peer, and intimate partner relationships, participatory methods and co-produced methodologies.

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