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Enabling Marginalized Women to Critically Address Issues of Power and Identity

Enabling marginalised women

A blog inspired by Duncan, G., & Ridley-Duff, R. (2014). Appreciative inquiry as a method of transforming identity and power in Pakistani women. Action Research, 12(2), 117-135. Many women from the Middle East face many issues with power and identity. For example, law, culture and even family may try to obscure the identity of women, […]


Transformation 2017. Aug/Sep Conference on Actioning Climate Change Scholarship

Climate Change TRANSFORMATIONS IN PRACTICE Where: Dundee, Scotland When: Aug 28-Sep 2, 2017 The overarching theme of this conference is ‘sustainability transformations in practice’. Important advances about transformation across different disciplines are already emerging, such as from the arts, humanities, social science and different scientific fields, including social-ecological resilience research, social-technological transitions research, development studies, […]


Making Change Personal – Deb Dole

Engaging communities really begins with engaging individuals. I have written recently about voice, building capacity, representing communities, and engaging communities. My own dissertation work with adolescent mothers opened my eyes to a new way of engaging people in discussion through photography. I am not an artist. I am not a professional photographer. I AM visually […]