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How can we collect and respond to feedback and complaints from children

This post is a very quick response to a recent discussion on PELICAN about establishing feedback mechanisms for people who cannot read and write. Accessibility is indeed a fundamental requirement of an effective feedback and complaint mechanism and it is great that we are discussing and investigating this together. Accountability to the affected population has been an area of strategic focus for many organisations in the INGO sector in the last decade. The recent collaborative development and…See More
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"Please see interesting examples of Child-Friendly Feedback Mechanisms on page 38: http://www.pseataskforce.org/uploads/tools/1441719051.pdf"
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Hur Hassnain
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Oxfam GB
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About Me:
Global MEL Advisor - Conflict and Fragility at Oxfam GB
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How can we collect and respond to feedback and complaints from children

Posted on March 2, 2018 at 11:30pm 2 Comments

This post is a very quick response to a recent discussion on PELICAN about establishing feedback mechanisms for people who cannot read and write. Accessibility is indeed a fundamental requirement of an effective feedback and complaint mechanism and it is great that we are discussing and investigating this together. 

Accountability to the affected population has been an area of strategic focus for many organisations in the INGO sector in the last decade. The recent collaborative…

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At 9:37pm on June 1, 2017, Rituu B. Nanda said…

Dear Hur,

Welcome to Community Life Competence! 

Could you add your picture as it adds a human touch to your profile? (go to 'settings' then 'upload photo')

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