Ethical Research Involving Children

Ethical approaches to gathering information from children and adolescents in international settings: Guidelines and resources.

Schenk, K., & Williamson, J. (2005). Ethical approaches to gathering information from children and adolescents in international settings: Guidelines and resources. Washington DC: Population Council.

Extract from preface: “This publication was developed in response to a growing need for practical guidance on collecting information from and about young people. The initial need for such recommendations was identified in the context of activities being conducted among children and adolescents affected by HIV and AIDS. However, they apply equally well to gathering information from young people to address other health and social welfare conditions and difficult circumstances, such as those who have experienced abuse, trafficking, or displacement” (p.iv).

The full pdf of this resource is available for free by clicking the Publisher’s Link button below.

Publisher’s Link

Post a Comment