Hilary Brad

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ThanksTAKING – Thanksgiving – pass it on.

On Thursday in the USA we celebrate Thanksgiving. It is a time for people to come together with their families and give thanks for the blessings in their lives. We’re also growing more aware that the story of the European settlers’ original Thanksgiving has a complex background in relation to Indigenous people. I’m grateful for […]


ARJ impact triples

We’re delighted to announce that the impact factor for ARJ has risen. Impact factor is a measure of how much a journal is read – downloaded – cited. It tripled over the past couple of years. This rise coincides with the ARJ editorial team’s commitment to develop and publish action research for transformations at a […]


COP 26 visions and stories.

  COP 26 just finished in Glasgow. Greta Thunberg – the face of young often female activists outside the conference –  thought the men in suits inside the conference were underperforming. Still there’s no question that climate change is now firmly on the world’s political agenda.      What is the world we imagine is […]


Care for the Carers: Proliferating Support Groups

Author, Merle Varik, introduces her newly published article in ARJ, entitled: Launching support groups for informal caregivers of people living with dementia within participatory action research. “In our context, in Estonia, there is only modest psycho-emotional support for caregivers of people with dementia. Indeed, there is a lack of awareness about the disease. The informal […]


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