We have just launched a survey here at the Safer Young Lives Research Centre as part of a new research project.
The project is called ‘Learning Together’. It seeks to support researchers to safely and ethically involve children and young people in sexual abuse research and explore what the support needs of researchers are to help them to do this.
As a first step, we are undertaking an online (anonymous) survey for researchers to share the key challenges they face when involving (or seeking to involve) children in sexual abuse research. This will inform the areas and activities we focus on in subsequent phases of the work. We want to hear from researchers who have involved children in sexual abuse research AND those who haven’t but would like to. There are two versions of the survey so people can complete whichever one aligns with their experience. Researchers at all levels and from all corners of the world are encouraged to take part.
I am attaching the survey information sheet which includes the links to the surveys. It’s open until midnight (UK time) on 24 October 2022.
Any onward sharing/promotion of this would be very much appreciated!
You can also visit the SYLRC website here for more information about the project and to subscribe to the project mailing list to receive the latest news and updates about Learning Together including opportunities to get involved.