A list of three techniques to do research with children

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Although the common tool used in research is the questionnaire survey, it is not so relevant when we want to listen to the voices of children. Completing a pen and paper survey tool is fine for adults but inadequate for children, who need child-friendly types of techniques to express their thoughts and give open and honest responses.

3 things to know to start a radio development programme

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After months of working on a new programme with our partners in Sierra Leone to bring appropriate support to Ebola-affected children, our pilot educational radio programme Pikin-to-Pikin Tork will be released early April.

Children of African descent fight for their rights

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Celine Woznica recently travelled to Selma, Alabama, USA to participate in the 50th anniversary celebration of the civil rights marches that took place there and changed so much of her country’s racial history.

Recording Pikin to Pikin Tork in a UK primary school

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Penny Boreham, Series Editor of Pikin to Pikin Tork, explains why the audio will be an important element of the programmes as she recalls the day they spent recording the pilot programme in St Mary and St John Primary School in Oxford, England.