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Forced Child Begging: Tools for an introductory training course on qualitative research methods

Document number
2125
Date
2009
Title
Forced Child Begging: Tools for an introductory training course on qualitative research methods
Author/publisher
Emily Delap, Anti Slavery International
Availability
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Document type(s)
Training Material/Resources,
Keywords
Corporate social responsibility, Multi-stakeholder partnerships: Best Interests Principle, Child Victims of Trafficking, Separated Migrant Children, Unaccompanied minors, Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC), Child protection systems
Summary
"...This document contains tools developed for training research teams who took part in a pilot research project on forced child begging, initiated by Anti-Slavery International. The pilot involved qualitative research with children and adults in Albania/Greece, India and Senegal (see the box below for further details). The research teams who were involved in this project all had limited or no previous research experience. The training aimed to provide them with the basic skills needed to carry out qualitative research, with a particular emphasis on research with children. The tools outlined in this document have been developed by the author over the past decade and have been used with research teams investigating a range of topics in many different countries. They can therefore be adapted for use with research teams working on subjects other than forced child begging..."
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