Involving child and youth advisors in academic research about child participation: The Child and Youth Advisory Committees of the International and Canadian Child Rights Partnership
Tara M.Collins, Lucy Jamieson, Laura H.V.Wright, Irene Rizzini, Amanda Mayhew, Javita Narang, E. Kay, M.Tisdall, Mónica Ruiz-Casares (2019, novembre)
Children and Youth Services Review
- Opening up dialogue with children and youth can add to research and support participation.
- Young people’s advisory groups contribute a valuable ethical dimension to research practice.
- Institutional ethics requirements can create challenges for ethical practice with children and youth.
- Young people and adults may have differing expectations of the role and process of advisory groups.
- Virtual communications can facilitate dialogue, but have limitations in the Global South.