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Parenting in Lockdown

From our Colleague Ankita… Today, the COVID-19 destruction has fried up the brains of people across the world. Lockdown is the best preventive measure that is available. The sufferings are personal to people and most families are closed under a single roof. They are getting to spend the maximum time with each other. For some […]

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In the field with complexity

Blog post by Jody Aked, reflecting on “complexity-aware action research.” How are networks for collective action built? Which network experiences motivate individuals? Which build the momentum of the collective? How is effort on long-term environmental projects sustained? These are some of the questions that emerged in the Philippines from the initial phases of the Valuing […]

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Inmates vs. The Guards

Inmates vs. The Guards

Blog post by Justin Chacon “Researching prisoner experiences with prison officers: An action research-inspired approach” (Drake, 2014) is an interesting article about prisoners and prison officer’s experiences with each other. Even though the prisoners are convicted of their wrongdoings, the study aims to provide data that can help the officers better understand the pain of being […]

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