Seminar: Practical research ethics in a long-term study of children growing up in Ethiopia, India (Andhra Pradesh), Vietnam and Peru

We hope you enjoyed the presentation & lively discussion this past Tuesday with Virginia Morrow!

We would like to share with you the presentation that Dr. Morrow delivered, available in PDF: Young Lives, an international study of child poverty in Ethiopia, Vietnam, India and Peru: ethics questions


Our seminar with Virginia Morrow, entitled “Practical research ethics in a long-term study of children growing up in Ethiopia, India (Andhra Pradesh), Vietnam and Peru” will take place on Wednesday, 17 May, from 4:30-6:30PM, in the Seminar Room B of  the Manor Road Building. Light refreshments will be provided.

RSVP is kindly requested, for catering purposes; please visit to indicate your attendance and preferences. To guarantee lunch, please ensure you fill in this form no later than 12PM the day before.
Virginia Morrow is a sociologist and has carried out various research studies with children and young people since 1988. Her interests are sociology and history of childhood, ethics and methods of research with children, child labour/children’s work, children’s environments and social capital, children’s rights and participation.

She joined Young Lives in January 2011 as Deputy Director. Prior to that she was Programme Leader of the MA Sociology of Childhood & Children’s Rights at the Institute of Education, University of London. She has also worked as a researcher at the Centre for Family Research, University of Cambridge, the Gender Institute at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), and at Brunel University.

She has sat on numerous advisory groups and committees. She has been a Co-Editor of Childhood: a journal of global child research, published by Sage Publications in collaboration with the Norwegian Centre for Child Research, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, since 2006.

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