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Troubling children's voices in research
Contemporary Childhood Studies has celebrated the value of giving children a voice through research; children's voices have been used to establish their competence as members of society, as fully capable of reflecting and ...
“I want my experiences to make a difference” promoting participation in policy-making and service development by young people who have experienced violence
This paper explores participation, by young people who have experienced violence, in policy and practice developments. Consideration is given to the promoters and inhibitors to high level participation identified by young ...