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Jeremy Shusterman


Jeremy Shusterman joined the Office of Research – Innocenti in 2017 to support the Director’s Office on lessons learning initiatives in humanitarian and development contexts. Prior to joining Innocenti, Jeremy worked in different capacities in emergency responses in the Central African Republic, Haiti and Somalia, and across various surge support missions in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and the refugee and migrant response in Europe. Jeremy’s academic background is in political science, conflicts and human security.
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This working paper identifies and explores the issues that should be considered when undertaking ethical research involving children in humanitarian settings. Both the universal (i.e. relevant to all research involving children) and specific ethical issues that may arise when involving children in research in humanitarian settings are examined.


Gabrielle Berman; Jason Hart; Dónal O'Mathúna; Erica Mattellone; Alina Potts; Clare O'Kane; Jeremy Shusterman; Thomas Tanner


Humanitarian research

Building knowledge and evidence on how best to meet children’s needs in emergencies is a pressing challenge. Year-on-year more children are caught u ...

Children and migration: rights and resilience

Children cross borders – within and between countries – in varying circumstances and for different reasons, both voluntary and involuntary.