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In designing a doctoral research study of the experiences of unaccompanied/ separated asylum seeking young people in Ireland, it was decided that the core of the study would involve individual interviews with relevant young people, aged between 13 and 18

Bennouna, C., Mansourian, H., & Stark, L. (2017). Ethical considerations for children’s participation in data collection activities during humanitarian emergencies: A Delphi review. Conflict and Health, 11(5), 1-15.

Habib, R. R. (2019). Ethical, methodological, and contextual challenges in research in conflict settings: The case of Syrian refugee children in Lebanon. Conflict and Health, 13(1), 29.  This is an Open Access article. The full text pdf is freely available to

Gaywood, D., Bertram, T., & Pascal, C. (2020). Involving refugee children in research: Emerging ethical and positioning issues. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 28(1), pp. 149-162.  Please view the abstract for this article via the Publisher's Link below.

Powell, M. A., & Graham, A. (2015). Researching the experience of refugee children: Key ethical considerations. In M. Crock (Ed.), Creating new futures: Settling children and youth from refugee backgrounds. Sydney: Federation Press.

Block, K., Warr, D., Gibbs, L., & Riggs, E. (2013). Addressing ethical and methodological challenges in research with refugee-background young people: Reflections from the field. Journal of Refugee Studies, 26(1), pp. 69-87.