Critical Value #64 How to Make Research More Inclusive
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Research organizations are increasingly thinking about how to make their research more inclusive. Community-based participatory research is an approach engages people who would normally be research subjects as full partners in a research project, from beginning to end. In this episode, we will hear about a truly inclusive project called Promoting Adolescent Health and Safety, or PASS, in southeast Washington DC. You will hear from four PASS participants, facilitators Stan Hamilton and Dannielle Hamilton and Urban Institute senior research associate Elsa Falkenburger about how PASS centers lived experiences and community expertise.

Related links:
Promoting Adolescent Sexual Health and Safety
When Teens Are Aware and Empowered, Healthy Dating Norms Prevail
Making Their Voices Heard: Improving Research through Community Collaboration



Read the transcript and view accompanying photos from the PASS project.

Research Areas Children and youth
Tags Youth development
Research Methods Community-engaged methods