Four Participatory Research co-led by young people affected by child sexual exploitation
Presenting the reports of 4 participatory research across 3 countries of Nepal, Madagascar and Uganda. This peer-to-peer research was co-led by young people affected by child sexual exploitation and with experiences of reintegration. Through this research children and young people engaged and participated as experts with recommendations to inform policies and practices to improve recovery and (re)-integration outcomes for children affected by child sexual exploitation.
The research was co-implemented by Family for Every Child along with its learning partners, Kumudini and SathSath in Nepal, UYDEL in Uganda and ECPAT France in Madagscar. The research was co-funded by Oak Foundation, Terre des Hommes Netherlands and ECPAT France.
The links to the webinar can be found here with subtitles in English, French and Spanish.
The three reports can be downloaded from below.