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What are the pros and cons of child-led rights based research? 4 Replies

Child-led rights based research is a process where children themselves identify their research needs, set their research framework, design the methodology, develop and administer the tools,…Continue

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Started by Nirekha De Silva. Last reply by Audrey Fernando Jul 28, 2011.

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Dear colleagues,apologizing in advance for eventual writing mistakes, I present myself and my call for help :)I'm project coordinator of CPP  in Brasil and a researcher in Criminology and Law. My PhD…Continue

Started by Maria Emilia Accioli N. Bretan Dec 18, 2010.

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Comment by Syed Imran Haider on January 11, 2012 at 10:03pm

Dear colleagues, I am a sociologist/ anthropologist working in Pakistan as an academic/ researcher for last seven years..  I would be highly pleased to initiate any research in collaboration of you..

Comment by Brikena Zogaj on December 18, 2010 at 12:58pm

hi, I am new here. And I am a bit late for the surveyL. In meantime, I was thinking to share with you a couple of reference that might serve to Childwatch international project.

 

One it is :“The right to be properly researched”- How to do rights-based, scientific research with children, in a set of ten manuals for field researchers, This publication is a joint enterprise of Knowing Children (Black on White Publications), the Norwegian Centre for Child Research, University of Trondheim, and World Vision International.

 

Here there are couple of two more: The Ethics of Social Research with Children. Morrow and Richard, Center for Family Research. University of Cambridge

 

Conceptual, Methodological, Ethical issues in researching children’s experience, Green and Hill

 

You might have these already, but I thought to share with youJ. Hope it would be helpful.

Thanks, Brikena

Comment by Jennifer Tang on December 3, 2010 at 1:40pm
Childwatch survey letter.pdfFrom ChildWatch International

Hi everyone

You are invited to participate in a short (15 min) survey on ethical research with children and young people. This is a global project being conducted under the auspices of Childwatch International to identify the ethical issues and challenges in undertaking research with and for children and to identify and collate existing ethics guidelines and resources in use in different countries.

We are using a snowball method to invite participation, so you are also welcome to pass the information and survey link (in the attachment) onto other colleagues within your country and internationally.

If you are willing to complete the survey, please read the attached letter and then go to

http://www.scu.edu.au/schools/edu/ccyp/Ethics/

and log onto the on‐line survey by 10 Dec.

Many thanks
Nicola

Dr Nicola Taylor
Centre for Research on Children and Families / Faculty of Law
University of Otago Auckland Centre
PO Box 5543
Auckland 1141
New Zealand
Ph: +64 (9) 373 9717
Comment by Pramod Pradhan on March 2, 2010 at 2:00am
I am really delighted to be member of childrightsinpractice. Being a child right activist, i find this forum is very useful and view and comments of its members are educative and thought proviking....In solidarity, Pramod
 

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