Child protection and confidentiality: Surveying children’s experiences of violence, abuse and neglect. By Lorraine Radford
In 2008 the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) decided to set up a comprehensive UK-wide study of the prevalence and impact of violence towards children and young people at home, in school and in the
The Flemish Commission of Children’s Rights (Kinderrechtencommissariaat) commissioned Research Centre Childhood & Society (Kind & Samenleving) to construct a questionnaire to determine the incidence and prevalence of child abuse and negligence in Flanders. The questionnaire focused on children between 10
In the quest for ethical guidelines for research into and with children, children themselves are important partners, especially in research on difficult themes as in a Dutch research project of Stichting Alexander (Netherlands) on children’s voices in fighting child abuse.
Negotiating confidentiality, privacy and consent in focus groups with children and young people. By Tim Moore
In 2015, the Australian Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse contracted us to complete a study to understand what children need to be safe and feel safe in organisations such as schools, sporting groups, religious institutions and
Including children and young people with cognitive disability in research about personal safety and abuse preventions. By Sally Robinson
Our work with children and young people with disability over the past several years has involved carefully building the conditions necessary for including a wide range of children and young people in research about personal safety and abuse prevention. While
Research on violence against children during the COVID-19 pandemic: Guidance to inform ethical data collection and evidence generation.
United Nations Children’s Fund. (2020). Research on violence against children during the COVID-19 pandemic: Guidance to inform ethical data collection and evidence generation. New York: UNICEF.
Safety in online research with women experiencing intimate partner violence: What about the children?
Allenby, R., Dobbs, T., Diesfeld, K., Nada Raja, S., Wilson, D., & Koziol-McLain, J. (2017). Safety in online research with women experiencing intimate partner violence: What about the children? Ethics & Behavior, 27(1), pp. 26-42.
Lynch, M. A., Glaser, D., Prior, V., & Inwood, V. (1999). Following up children who have been abused: Ethical considerations for research design. Child Psychology and Psychiatry Review, 4(02), pp. 68-75.