Category: Cross-cutting

Blog: Safeguarding in International Development Research: Putting Policy into Action

What is safeguarding? UKCDR defines safeguarding in research as “preventing and addressing any sexual exploitation, abuse, or harassment of research participants, communities and research staff, plus any broader forms of violence, exploitation and abuse… such as bullying, psychological abuse and physical violence”. (UKCDR, February 2020) On a practical level, safeguarding means taking all reasonable steps…


Webinar: Research and Interventions in Complex Adaptive Systems

CHORUS CEO Irene Agyepong presented the theoretical concepts of understanding health systems as Complex Adaptive Systems, and discussed how to apply the theory when co-designing and evaluating health systems interventions. This was followed by discussions within CHORUS country teams on application within their intervention co-design, giving thought to the intended and unintended implications. Watch the…