The research team for this study aimed to reduce the rates of child marriage among Syrian refugees by using Cognitive Edge’s SenseMaker and a participatory approach to assist communities in the self-identification of acceptable, feasible and sustainable interventions that will enact change from within.
Lead Agency: Queen's University at Kingston
Research Team: Susan Bartels, Colleen Davison, Nour Bakhache, Annie Bunting, and Saja Michael
Making sense of child, early and forced marriage among Syrian refugee girls: a mixed methods study in Lebanon
Positive worry and negative hope: paradoxical perceptions of the experiences of Syrian refugee girls in Lebanon
A pilot study of family planning perspectives and practices among Syrian child brides in Lebanon
Implementation of a SenseMaker® research project among Syrian refugees in Lebanon
Why the World Marries