Ethics in Research and Programming with Adolescents: Capturing the perspectives of international organizations

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GEAS, Global Early Adolescent Study,John Hopkins University,Save the Children International

Adhering to ethical principles when doing research and developing programs for and with adolescents is of paramount importance and indeed a human right. However, ethics in research and programming with this population globally presents a myriad of stumbling blocks and unique challenges with which organizations must regularly contend. To better understand the scope of these challenges this report presents the perspectives of key leaders representing 17 international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) and a small number of donor agencies supporting adolescent programming and research. Further, this report builds upon the challenges and considerations discussed with organization representatives to develop a set of recommendations to consider amidst the complexities of working ethically with adolescents.

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