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Participatory Action with Refugees with Disabilities

Standard approaches to qualitative research often exclude persons with different types of disabilities. In 2013 and 2014, the Women’s Refugee Commission applied a participatory model to examine the intersections of sexual and reproductive health and disability in three refugee settings. Respecting the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and a rights-based framework to […]

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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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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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The Challenges of Capitalism for Virtue Ethics and the Common Good

This work is a cross-disciplinary academic volume that may be a helpful companion for action researchers who wish for their work to be influential in informing policy and cross disciplinary research on advancing definitions of prosperity, well-being, and human and social action that are rooted in our shared humanity and  history. It is an important […]

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