Peter Kelly is Head of UNESCO UNEVOC at RMIT University, and Professor of Education in the School of Education. He is a sociologist of youth, education and work who has published extensively on young people, globalization, education and work. His current research interests include a critical engagement with young people’s well-being, resilience and enterprise in what has been called the Anthropocene.
Peter Kraftl is Professor of Human Geography at the University of Birmingham, UK, and Honorary Professor in Education at RMIT University. He is a human geographer, who has published widely on children and young people, seeking to theorise the emotions, affects, materialities and bodies that constitute their lives. His current research interests involving children and young people’s are ‘sustainable’ urban design, the food-water-energy nexus, and plastics.
Diego Carbajo is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Sociology 2 at the University of the Basque Country (Spain) as part of the Basque Government’s Postdoctoral Programme 2017-2020. His research interests focus on youth, precarity and entrepreneurialism, posthuman theory and new materialism. Currently he is developing his postdoctoral research project on the “global grammars of self-entrepreneurship” at RMIT University in collaboration with Peter Kelly.