Strengthening participatory practice with children and young people affected by sexual violence


Our Voices is a programme of work coordinated by the International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking at the University of Bedfordshire. 

Our Voices promotes the involvement of children and young people affected by sexual violence in research, policy and practice.

Latest News: Webinar: Ethical considerations for universities working with children challenging sexual violence against children

Posted: Thu Jan, 2020

Author: Jenny Pearce

3rd February 2020 at 2pm (UK time)

A key topic of interest that emerged from scoping undertaken as part of the development of the University Network Children Challenging Sexual Violence (CCSV) is the need for standardised ethical guidance for doing participatory research with children and young people on sexual violence against children. 

In this webinar, members of the network will share examples from their practice to explore how existing guidance, which is predominantly informed by Western-centric protocols, may need developing for participatory research embracing issues facing low and middle income countries. 

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