If we were to implement a learning project with the topic of learning from survivors, and their role as peer supporters, experts and advocates in improving practice and policy, with a particular focus on shame, stigma, acceptance, and community integration, what would be the best possible method or approach to take?
How could we involve and learn from the survivors in a way that fulfills the principle of “do no harm”? Could you suggest any methodology for learning and research that actively involves children and young people, that has been used effectively and ethically?
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