The importance of Ethics is particularly crucial when considering engagement with vulnerable populations and sensitive topics. Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health sits at the confluence of these.
Community of Practice
As we work to build the field of HCD + ASRH as a more mainstream way of running this kind of programming, we want to ensure that quality remains central to these programmes, and there are universal standards for evaluating quality. This helps to ensure that all stakeholders are held accountable to the same standard and we can avoid the use of tokenistic human-centred design approaches.
What does ‘quality’ mean at the intersection of HCD & ASRH work? How can we ensure quality throughout the design and implementation stages of these programmes? The HCDExchange Quality and Standards Working Group, chaired by HCDExchange partner YLabs, is working together to develop quality standards for applying design methods and mindset to ASRH programming. It […]
On this call, we explored the question: how might human-centred design facilitate the process of gathering and using informative insights from youth?