Project Brief

Delivering Quality Research in Culturally Dynamic, Conflict-Affected Contexts: Lessons From Large-Scale Pilot Research in Cox’s Bazar

NYU Global TIES for Children (NYU-TIES), has been working with partners since 2019 to pilot multiple data collection tools being considered for use in several large-scale research studies with the Rohingya in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. In this brief, we outline the process and strategies used throughout to provide context and a path forward for future researchers to deliver quality research in this, and other, complex research environments with the ultimate goal of informing the types, design, and delivery of services to support families and foster resilience in these contexts for generations to come.

Información sobre el recurso

Publicado

Publicado por

NYU Global TIES for Children

Escrito por

Lizzie Goodfriend, Alice Wuermli, Caroline Hiott, Kathy Trang, Yeshim Iqbal, Jessica Castelyn

Tema(s)

Learning through Play
Research and Evidence

Enfoque geográfico

Bangladesh