"Synthesizing core methods, tools, and good practices for qualitative research in ID programs"
Understanding how people access and use identity credentials and services in their daily lives is an essential step toward building ID systems that are responsive and inclusive. Well-designed and executed qualitative research that collects data on people’s ID-related experiences, perspectives, and needs in a variety of contexts can, therefore, provide critical information for those involved in planning, designing, or implementing ID systems to further development goals.
In this webinar, you'll learn how the "Understanding People’s Perspectives on Identification: A Qualitative Research Toolkit" helps to synthesize core methods, tools, and good practices for qualitative research in ID programs, derived from a large social science literature and practical experience conducting qualitative research for a range of topics across the global South. It also highlights key issues and lessons learned from previous studies on ID and provides examples of ID-specific discussion guides, activities, forms, and other tools used by World Bank researchers and other organizations in the field.
We will describe how the Toolkit:
You can review Understanding People’s Perspectives on Identification: A Qualitative Research Toolkit by clicking HERE. Access further information on the webpage HERE.