Individuals with lived experience collaborate with agencies in conducting and leading research and program evaluation findings to inform policy and practice. This video focuses on key considerations to sustain research and evaluation partnership with people with lived expertise and minimize harm, as well as offering concrete strategies to collaborate and share power with youth and families in the practice and process of data collection, research (including Participatory Action Research/Youth Participatory Action Research), and evaluation. Webinar Recording

The Power of Lived Expertise in Research and Evaluation: Child Welfare Edition