CITIZENS 4 CHANGE Research

DE-COLONISING RESEARCH ABOUT CHILD PROTECTION

We are building an evidence base about the beliefs and actions of a growing mass of child protectors. We demonstrate the social value being generated by the crowd of protectors; and reveal what works to prevent and respond to violence against children in East Africa.

Our work is informed by research in social and evolutionary psychology, integral theory, inter-personal neuroscience, social norms, game theory, social network analysis and empirical investigation of the worldview of Tanzanian protectors.

If you scroll down the page you will see & be able to interact with real time data analytics that show the actions of a growing groundswell of child protectors.

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Understanding how communities in Tanzania resolve the complex collective action problem of violence against women and children.

INNOVATION

Facilitating transformative processes in complex situations using digital tools and Theory U.

RISKS & MITIGATION

BENEFITS

  • Contributes to building safer and more inclusive communities

  • Generates evidence of progress in achieving Tanzania’s aspirations to protect women and children from harm

  • Contributes to a decolonized understanding of violence prevention and response in the East African context.

OUR REPORTS

In this section you can explore conference presentations, understand how the Ujasiri mindset motivates protectors, investigate the social value created by community driven child protection and know what you need to investigate to find out if violence is a social norm.

SOCIAL RETURN ON INVESTMENT FORECAST
SOCIAL NORMS PRIMER
ANNUAL REPORT 2020
ISPCAN INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS
CLASSIC GROUNDED THEORY INTERNATIONAL VIRTUAL CONFERENCE 2021
SOCIAL VALUE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
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