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OTHER LITERATURE

Berman, G. (2020). Ethical Considerations for Evidence Generation Involving Children on the COVID-19 Pandemic. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research - Innocenti. Abstract: This discussion paper from UNICEF's Office of Research, Innocenti, identifies key ethical considerations when undertaking evidence generation involving children

Morrow, V., Boddy, J., & Lamb, R. (2014). The ethics of secondary data analysis: Learning from the experience of sharing qualitative data from young people and their families in an international study of childhood poverty. Southampton: National Centre for Research Methods.

Maron, J. L. (2017). Editorial: Forgotten no more: How policy guideline changes are bringing newborns, infants, and children to the forefront of drug discovery and testing. Clinical Therapeutics, 39(10), pp. 1918-1919.

Berman, G., Hart, J., O'Mathúna, D., Mattellone, E., Potts, A., O'Kane, C., Shusterman, J., & Tanner, T. (2016). What we know about ethical research involving children in humanitarian settings: An overview of principles, the literature and case studies. Innocenti Working Paper No. 2016-18. Florence: UNICEF Office of Research.