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Luchtenberg, M. L., Maeckelberghe, E. L. M., & Verhagen, A. E. (2020). ‘I actually felt like I was a researcher myself.’ On involving children in the analysis of qualitative paediatric research in the Netherlands. BMJ Open, 10(8), e034433. Abstract: Objectives:

Cuevas-Parra, P. (2020). Co-researching with children in the time of COVID-19: Shifting the narrative on methodologies to generate knowledge. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 19, pp.1-12. This article reflects on the ethical and methodological complexities, as well as the benefits, of

Whittington, E. (2019). Co-producing and navigating consent in participatory research with young people. Journal of Children’s Services, 14(3), pp. 205-216. Abstract Purpose: Research within the fields of youth sexuality and safeguarding, and ethical governance more broadly, has traditionally prioritised risk aversion

Care Matters: Time for Change (Department for Education and Skills, 2007) identified the importance of narrowing the gap in attainment between children in and leaving out-of-home care and their peers in the general population. Right2BCared4 was one of the initiatives

From September 2006 – October 2008 Save the Children Norway supported children and young people’s participation in a thematic evaluation on children’s participation in armed conflict, post-conflict and peace building in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Guatemala, Nepal, and Uganda. Collaborations with Child Clubs

Gaches, S., & Gallagher, M. (2019). Children as research consultants: The ethics and rights of no research about them without consulting with them. In J. Murray, B. Blue Swadener, & S. Kylie (Eds.), The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children’s Rights. London: Routledge. eBook ISBN: 978-03671-4202-5.

Maynard, E., Barton, S., Rivett, K., Maynard, O., & Davies, W. (2020). Because ‘grown-ups don’t always get it right’: Allyship with children in research – from research question to authorship. Qualitative Research in Psychology, Published on-line ahead of print. pp. 1-19.