The spirit of Orlando Fals Borda is alive! ARNA-UNAL CONFERENCE 2017 in Cartagena, Colombia

UPDATE – ARNA-UNAL CONFERENCE: CARTAGENA, COLOMBIA The due date for proposals to present at the June 12 – June 16 gathering in Cartagena, Colombia has been extended to March 15. The final date for the special Early Bird Registration rate also has been extended – to April 15. All those submitting proposals to present will be notified of the status […]

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What stories to tell? Knowledge exchange in CBPR

Researchers in the field of Aboriginal health generally have a keen interest in ‘participating in change’ to address the ongoing injustices experienced by Aboriginal peoples. Perhaps the most promoted methods for this purpose are those described as Indigenous methods and action research. Criteria of authenticity are generally used to assess the quality of research. In […]

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Appreciating Action Research” UCD Dublin June 29th 2017

7th annual Action Research Colloquium on “Appreciating Action Research” is being held at University College Dublin on June 29th and 30th June 2017, with pre-colloquium activities on June 28th. Keynote speakers include Prof. Danielle Zandee and David Coghlan. Submit 300 word abstracts that present ideas, research outcomes or learning from practice, on themes related to Appreciating […]

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Project Coordinator Position. Portland OR

AASPIRE Healthcare Toolkit Integration Project Position Number: D91622 Rank: Senior Research Assistant II Department: Regional Research Institute School/College: School of Social Work Overall description of Academic Autism Spectrum Partnership in Research and Education (AASPIRE) Healthcare Toolkit Integration Project: AASPIRE, an academic-community partnership comprised of academics, autistic adults, healthcare providers, and supporters, has used a community […]

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New writing from Peter Reason

Participatory Research in more-than-human worlds shares Peter Reason’s latest writing… Participatory Research in more-than-human worlds is a boundary-busting collection that asks an excitingly hard question—can members of a more-than-human world engage in truly participatory research? In it human experimenters sensitively recount their humble successes and insightful failures with trying to do just this. For anyone who […]

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