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Why is it important to hear the voices of children and young people in research? Webinar

September 04, 2020 at 12:28 PM

From the NZFVC

DATE

Tuesday 15 September 2020

TIME

3-4pm, NZST (1-2pm, AEST)

LOCATION

Online (Australia based)

ORGANISED BY

Australian Institute of Family Studies

COST

Free

This webinar will support researchers and sector professionals to understand the significance of research with children and young people, and offers insight into the experience for researchers and participants engaging in research involving children and young people.

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When we facilitate children and young people’s participation in research, we acknowledge and respect the relevance and significance of their views and experiences. In turn, this research helps to ensure the evidence we gather is relevant for policy and practice that affects children and young people’s lives.

This webinar will help researchers and sector professionals to understand the significance of research with children and young people. It offers insight into the experience of engaging in research with children and young people for both researchers and participants.

AIFS Senior Research Fellow Dr Rachel Carson will present on the research process used for the Children and Young People in Separated Families study. Anne Hollonds, AIFS Director and newly appointed National Children’s Commissioner, will then facilitate a discussion between Rachel and NAPCAN’s Lesley Taylor.

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