SAME 2023: Video Training for Research Impact, Academic Engagement and Science Communication
- School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography
- University of Oxford
- Video 4 Research – SAME – 2023
Sebastian Antoine is an experienced facilitator and social researcher, with expertise engaging with young people and people affected by violent conflict. In roles in the youth sector and in peacebuilding, Sebastian has developed skills in facilitating conversations on difficult topics, meaningfully engaging people with lived experience and harnessing evidence to generate good policy. His approach to engaging with others is respectful, supportive and grounded in a commitment to meaningful collaboration.
In Bougainville, Papua New Guinea, Sebastian conducted analyses of peace and conflict dynamics while supporting local partners to deliver peacebuilding activities. In Victoria, Australia, Sebastian conducted research on youth homelessness, LGBTIQA+ young people’s wellbeing, disabled young people’s experiences of abuse and rural young people’s access to public transport. This research contributed to securing significant policy policy outcomes for young people like dedicated funding for social housing for young people.
Sebastian has a Bachelor of Arts (Politics & International Studies and Anthropology) with Honours in Anthropology from the University of Melbourne and is currently reading for the MSc in Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford.