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Research with children with disabilities


Earlier this week, we heard about ethical considerations in disability research. In this step Maria Zuurmond introduces some of the important considerations for conducting research with children with disabilities, including ethical issues. Maria is a Research Fellow, with expertise in qualitative research, particularly with children and adolescents. She has many years’ experience working in international development across the world.

For more about safeguarding, and research with children, don’t forget to check the “See Also” section.

We would love to hear about your experiences. Have you ever been involved in research with children? Have you come up against any potential safeguarding issues? What did you do?

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Global Disability: Research and Evidence

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