As a Research and Policy Analyst at NCB, Dustin is responsible for developing high quality evidence and using that evidence for influencing to improve the lives of children and families.
Dustin has over 10 years’ experience in children’s policy and research, having worked in this capacity for Barnardo’s, NSPCC and the Magistrates’ Association.
At NCB Dustin is responsible for involving children and young people in policy and research. Dustin also works on the influential All Party Parliamentary Group for Children (APPGC) and its social care inquiries. He has been responsible for high profile research such as Children Missing Education.
“I am committed to undertaking social research, including with young people, and maximising the impact of that research through the press, parliament and government. It is important the voices of children are heard at the highest level.”
MA (Honours) Social Anthropology
National Children’s Bureau (2017), No Good Options: Report of the inquiry into children’s social care in England,
National Children’s Bureau (2018) Children Missing Education