- Presentations from the TSRF/ LLAKES research conference on “Growing up and global austerity: Comparing youth opportunities, aspirations and civic values around the world”, June 27-28 2016.
- Keating, A. (2015) Do mock elections really matter? Why even casting your ballot in school elections can have a lasting effect on youth political engagement. Guest post on the Hansard Society blog Britain Votes 2015.
- Keating, A. (2015) Learning by doing? The role of political learning activities in promoting youth political engagement. In: Teaching Citizenship (The ACT journal for Citizenship teachers). Vol. 41 Spring 2015.
- Young Adults and Politics Today: disengaged and disaffected or engaged and enraged? The latest findings from the Citizenship Education Longitudinal Study (CELS). Research seminar at the Houses of Parliament, 17th March 2015. Co-hosted by Rt. Hon. David Blunkett, Citizenship Foundation, and LLAKES Research Centre (UCL IOE). LLAKES research brief and the PPT presentation.
- Putting participatory research into practice: the challenges and benefits of peer interviewing with ‘hard to reach’ youth. Presented at LLAKES Research Seminar, London, December 2014 (PPT slides)
- Convergence but continued divergence: the evolution of citizenship education policies for schools in Europe. Presented as part of the NECE Conference on The EU and the promise of democracy: What can Citizenship Education and Civil Society contribute? The Hague, 14-16 November 2013 (PPT slides and conference paper)
- Educating tomorrow’s citizens – what role can schools play? Keynote lecture delivered at the annual conference of the National School for Leadership in Education, Slovenia, 11th November 2013 (PPT slides and full text)