publication • Monday, March 13th 2017
Becoming Researchers: A simple guide for children and young people who want to carry out social research
This guide has been written to support children and young people, aged 12 to 18, to conduct their own research projects for World Vision’s global campaign to end violence against children. This guide can also be used by young researchers who want to investigate other topics and by people of other age groups, as this booklet can easily be tailored to different ages and levels of experience. Many children and young people around the world have successfully conducted their own research projects.This guide includes learnings and feedback from young researchers from Bangladesh, Lebanon and Jordan who carried out research on issues affecting their daily lives.
For further information, please contact: Patricio Cuevas-Parra, Senior Policy Adviser, Child Participation and Rights, World Vision International, Patricio_Cuevas-Parra [at] wvi [dot] org