Learning event on child participation in research on violence,
23 February 2022
This learning event is an interactive discussion on key questions related to child participation in research on violence focusing on practical insights and learnings from the panellists own research study experiences.
Overview presentation by Lucy Jamieson (University of Cape Town):
- Dr Anita Burgund Isakov is an assistant professor and coordinator of the Centre for Research in Social Policy and Social Work at the Faculty of Political Sciences at Belgrade University.
- Lucy Jamieson is a senior researcher at the Children's Institute, University of Cape Town
- Dr Camille Warrington is a senior research fellow leading on children and young people’s participation at the International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking at the University of Bedfordshire.
- Joanna Włodarczyk (moderator) is a researcher at the Empowering Children Foundation, the local leader for Central and Eastern Europe in the field of violence against children.
- Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC)
- Save the Children: Child Rights Resource Centre - Child participation
- Jamieson, L., Feinstein, L., Kapell, A., & Dulieu, N. (2021). Working Together: Including children in research on violence against children – A Resource Pack for Research Practitioners. Edinburgh: End Violence Partnership Knowledge Network, End Violence Lab, Save the Children.
- The Our Voices Programme, coordinated by the Safer Young Lives Research Centre (formerly the International Centre: Researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking) at the University of Bedfordshire in the UK.
- Coalition for Good Schools
- Joining Forces for All Children
- Hamilton CJ, Rodgers A, Howard K, Warrington C (2019) 'From the ground up: young research advisors' perspectives on relationships between participation and protection', Journal of Children's Services, 14 (3), pp.228-234.
Learning event on priorities in child sexual abuse research in low- and middle-income countries
8 September 2021
This learning event explored what needs to be done to ensure that research on CSA in lower- and middle-income countries interrogates critical issues and is ethical and impactful.
- Nicole Gonzalez (SVRI):
- Mariana Cruz Murueta (IPPFWHR, Mexico):
- Adesty Dulawan (World Hope International, Philippines):
- Anil Raghuvanshi (ChildSafeNet, Nepal):
The panellists spoke about their varied research projects within a broader context of what needs to be done to drive forward ethical, impactful CSA research in LMICs.