Unearthing local forms of child protection: Positive deviance and abduction in Ethiopia
The upcoming special issue of the Action Research Journal titled “Aid, Development, and Social Transformation” investigates how action research – if more broadly adopted by change agents, communities, funders, and policy makers – can contribute to tackling some of the globes most intractable, complex problems. Ashley Lackovich-Van Gorp’s “Unearthing local forms of child protection: Positive deviance and abduction in Ethiopia” looks at one such problem: gender based violence and rights violations.
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