Research is one of our strongest tools for advocacy with governments, international institutions and duty bearers; external engagement, tracking impact and learning from our programmes. Research products are key to bringing about shifts in power that will ensure that womxn and young people living in poverty and exclusion secure their rights.1 The research process in and of itself can be a transformative process; since collaboratively reflecting on power is itself an activist pedagogy.
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