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Ethical approaches to gathering information from children and adolescents in international settings : guidelines and resources

SCHENK, Katie
WILLIAMSON, Jan
2005

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This publication was developed in response to the need for guidance in research activities involving children and adolescent with HIV/AIDS. It is aimed at project managers and researchers gathering information from and about children, and provides recommendations on how to avoid unintentional harm and how to safeguard the rights of vulnerable children during the process of data collection. Part 1 of this document presents some key principles and considerations that must be considered from the earliest stages of planning and throughout the information-gathering activity. Part 2 contains practical ethical guidelines, which are presented using a question-and-answer format. Part 3 summarizes the main recommendations and suggests roles for various staff members involved in information gathering activities with children and adolescents

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