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Social Justice May 21
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Thank you! It is a shame we couldn't have you there but we will be working towards a post-conference evaluation report soon. Happy to share it with you if helpful!
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Together Durham May 21
Great to learn from our friends about the importance of always starting research with questions from the community. Who are we doing research for?
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Social Justice May 21
Final thoughts for the day: “Looking to the next ten years ahead for ”, “You can’t please everybody” and although participatory research can be messy it is worth it
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Social Justice May 21
Jo Ozga and Cheryl Stewart from draw from their extensive experience with women who have experienced domestic abuse in order to address role of power in participatory research & the responsibility to ensure safety, prevent harm & manage vulnerability
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Social Justice May 21
Anusha Chandrasekharan and Pradeep Narayaran from Praxis together with 's Andrew Russell reflect on ethical dilemmas in developing a co-inquiry action research project with disadvantaged workers in India
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Anusha May 21
Often in community-led research, there's a burden of value addition on the community: at
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Seb O'Connor May 21
great morning of presentations, looking at role of institutions, ethical issues in research with indigenous communities and the question of whose ethics count
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Social Justice May 21
's Andrew Orton reflects on the complex relationship between religious groups and health and social wellbeing
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Social Justice May 21
PhD candidates and Wang Yi explore key ethical issues faced by PGR students in relation to notions of power and voice in participatory research
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Hannah Smithson May 21
Such an insight into the Inside-Out project based at the work at HMP Low Newton is both fascinating and inspiring. Really looking forward to speaking with to find out more.
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Thrive Teesside May 21
brilliant workshop today facilitated by Tracey- Ethical issues in action research on poverty and debt related themes
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Caitlin Nunn May 21
Brainstorming a pledge for academic-community research partnerships with at conference.
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Social Justice May 21
’s Kate O’Brien addresses challenges and dilemmas in participatory research in prisons
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Social Justice May 21
The amazing workshop going on there: ethical issues in action research on poverty- and debt-related themes from Thrive Teeside. Learning from community practitioners’ perspectives!
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Social Justice May 21
’s visiting research fellow Dr Jen Thompson invites us to critically reflect on ethical issues in participatory visual research
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Caitlin Nunn May 21
Who benefits from your PAR research? Challenging questions from at conference.
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MCYS May 21
Whose ethics count when in community development and action research ? Consent letters are used by universities to monitor their own researchers. Interesting topic of conversation
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Dr Stephanie Denning May 21
"Being transparent does not make your research ethical" - more is needed. Important point at
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Social Justice May 21
Pradeep Narayanan, Director of Research & Capacity Building at Praxis, invites us to consider "Whose ethics count?" drawing from his personal engagement with communities facing stigmatisation in India
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Social Justice May 21
Wonderful to have some many participants from such diverse backgrounds- really looking forward to today’s collective discussions and knowledge sharing moments
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