Research technician

Carme Trull is a student of the inter-university Master’s in Youth and Society (UdG, UB, UAB, UdL, URV, UPF), coordinated by the University of Girona. She has a degree in Social Education from the University of Girona in 2016. She is also a specialist in social integration, instructor and director of free time. Her research began in 2015, thanks to a collaborative grant with Project HEBE. Currently, she acts as a research specialist, and she works to support the project. She works in the sector of youth with functional diversity, where she manages, organizes, plans and evaluates volunteering programs and projects focused on leisure and free time. Her research interests include significant life events and critical incidents in processes of youth empowerment.

Publications:

Trull, C. (2016). Monoparentalitat en l’adolescència i joventut: Penso, sento i dic que… PUC! [Single parenthood in adolescence and youth: I think, I feel and I say that…I CAN!] in Soler, P., Bellera, J. I Planas, A. (eds.), Pedagogía social, juventud y transformaciones sociales [Social pedagogy, youth and social transformations] (p. 430 – 435). Girona: University of Girona.