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    International Charter for Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC) 2013

    Professor Modi's excellent review has a curious omission that of the International Charter for Ethical Research Involving Children (ERIC) 2013.

    http://childethics.com/ accessed November 2nd 2014

    Its project partners include, amongst others, the UNICEF Office for Research and Childwatch International Research Network.

    This Charter addresses the issues raised in her review about moving forwa...

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