OVUN Guest Blog

Blog: Working reflexively to foster children’s safety in violence research

Posted: Tue Aug, 2021

Author: Associate Professor Tim Moore, Deputy Director (Practice Solutions) at the Australian Centre for Child Protection at the University of South Australia. 4 min read

This blog explores the responsibilities of researchers in balancing children and young people’s rights to participation and to protection. The strategy of 'ethical reflexivity' is introduced as a way to provide researchers with the means to identify and respond to ethical challenges when working with children and young people affected by violence.

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Blog: UNESCO Youth as Researchers: A case for consideration

Posted: Tue Aug, 2021

Author: Professor Pat Dolan, UNESCO Chair in Youth and Civic Engagement. 4 min read

This blog makes a clear and convincing argument for why children and youth should be active agents in setting research agendas, co-working and leading aspects of research projects and being involved with the development and dissemination of research outputs.

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