Culturally-Relevant Consent

What happens when approaches to consent are co-produced by communities and local researchers, reflecting their values?

GOAL partners at the Lebanese National Mental Health Programme, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, War Child and BeyondText are curious about whether more participatory approaches to consent might be more effective, developing trust, understanding and more relevant research? As part of that we would love to hear from you if you use, or know of, any effective examples of culturally-appropriate informed consent (IC), including participatory or beyond text approaches to IC, particularly in Arabic contexts? Please contact BeyondText if you have any examples or would like to know more.

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