Learnings from Longitudinal Research for Advocacy (Cambodia)
I will present learnings from the case study of the Chab Dai Butterfly Longitudinal Research Project which is currently in its 10th year. The research has involved listening to 128 participants who have all experienced sexual exploitation and been through aftercare programs in Cambodia. The learnings have been developed into outcomes for aftercare at local regional and international levels.
1. How and why longitudinal research is a better method than other types of research
2. How this research has been used to advocate on behalf of this particularly vulnerable group
3. Some of the challenges of this type of research and how we addressed them
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