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Gabrielle Berman on ethical research on children in humanitarian situations


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Gabrielle Berman on ethical research on children in humanitarian situations

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Innocenti Podcasts: leading experts talk about current research on children

A new series of podcasts by UNICEF Innocenti features in depth conversations with leading researchers and experts on evidence, policy and child rights.  The Innocenti Podcast series offers listen ...

Seminar on UNICEF research directions at University of Oxford

The first ‘Research Bites’ seminar of 2017 organized by the Young Lives longitudinal study of child poverty team at the University of Oxford will feature a presentation by Prerna Banati, U ...

Leading experts meet to review evidence gaps on children and care work

Whether they mind their siblings, look after the sick and elderly, or lend a hand with household chores, children are engaged in providing care the world over. However, most care work performed by chi ...

Tanzania to integrate violence prevention for women and girls

A 16-year-old girl in Tanzania leaves her family home and enters into an abusive marriage. A year later, she gives birth to her first child. According to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, she ...

UNICEF commemorates 70 years of work for the most vulnerable children

On the 70th anniversary of its founding – 11 December 1946 – UNICEF marks the immense progress made for the world’s children, and renews the urgent call to reach millions of children ...

Council of Europe Parliamentarians discuss measures against online child sexual abuse

UNICEF Innocenti has hosted a major meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) where combatting online child sexual abuse was a major topic of discussion.The meeting, held i ...

45.8 million people in slavery, according to global estimates

Nearly 46 million people around the world are reported to be experiencing some form of modern slavery, according to the latest global estimates produced by the Global Slavery Index. The Global Slavery ...

Understanding child experiences boosts effort to end violence

Physical and emotional violence are pervasive and largely accepted aspects of children’s lives, according to a set of recently published studies. Interviews with children and their caregivers ov ...

Peru makes strides in understanding drivers of violence against children

A new report has revealed insights into the scope of physical, psychological and sexual violence affecting children in Peru. Produced by the Government of Peru with support from UNICEF, the findings a ...

Impact of armed conflict on education: new evidence from Ivory Coast

A recent Innocenti Seminar presented evidence from a new study on the impact of armed conflict on children’s education and mortality. The study gathered data from Ivory Coast, a country that has ...