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Annual Meeting of INURED in Port-au-Prince

Had the pleasure and honour to attend part of the Annual meeting of INURED, an inter-university research network in Haiti. Listened to a very interesting presentation about a national study of violence against children (a difficult enough study in any country) which applied questionnaires with a representative sample but also had a significant ethnographic component.

Up next Using R for classification in small-N studies Rick Davies just wrote an interesting post which combined thoughts on QCA (and multi-valued QCA or mvQCA) and classification trees with thoughts on IFRC Haiti Learning Conference and Evaluation Framework - main documents Here they are: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ytsmeoxg7c6fnnl/AAAqwFMHiQBKsa7MXBUNSPwLa?dl=0
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